strength and conditioning
Heat Shock Proteins: Science's Secret to Muscle Building
Understanding HSP's cellular role in the hypertrophy process could lead to your biggest gains yet.
Train Your Weak Side
Don't let one side of your body dominate your life.
Ultimate Conditioning: The Benefits of Hill Running
Hill running teaches the drive phase of a sprint like nothing else can.
How To Use Dynamic Tension for Speed Training
Master your muscle control with slow and intense movement.
3 of the Best: This Week's Top Articles, Vol. 40
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Athletes, You Need to Take a Break
The competitions will always be there.
Bikini Models and Baby Boomers Should Train the Same Way
This style of training worked well for a bikini competitor and a baby boomer. Go figure.
3 Amazing Full-Body Workouts for Summer Vacation
Doing anything is better than doing nothing on vacation, so do your best to train hard.
Programming for Humans
Programming that works, across any and every level, is built on solid fundamentals.
How to Build Community Through Group Programming
Smart group programming is secondary to a good community, but it can also be an effective way to build relationships.
Turbo Charged Kettlebells: Setting the Foundation
Reenergize your kettlebell practice with an emphasis on skill and precision.
Glute Training for Real-Life Strength
Add complexity to your glute training to build functional strength.
The Lost Art of Handwritten Programming
Teaching methods and coaches are evolving, as are the cookie-cutter software programs.
Fuel to Be Strong: Nutrition for Strength Athletes
Nutrition plays a huge role in improving body composition. But remember your ultimate goal.
Gain Strength and Size with Specialty Barbells
No matter what your fitness goals, specialty bars warrant consideration in your training program.
Dr. Joel Seedman
Prepare for Life's Challenges: Train Martial Arts
Developing perseverance in crisis requires training and the willingness to face fear.
Eric C. Stevens
Demystifying Programming for the Everyday Athlete
First understand the science, then layer the art on top of it.
What Is Strength?
At some point, life will force you to rise up when you want to hide. Be ready.
Matt Whitmore & Keris Marsden
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