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strength and conditioning
Two Kettlebell Exercises to Crack the Strength Code
Having a big chest, big arms, and 6-pack abs doesn't always translate to strength.
The Fall Training Guide for Every Athlete
No matter how your summer has gone, fall is the season to lock it down and make progress.
Simple Progression Training - Where Did It Go?
There's a basic element necessary to any training program, and not every program these days has it.
Hike, Swing, and Park for More Kettlebell Power
The best kept secret for improving your swing technique isn't just to keep swinging away and hope something happens.
The Old School Patron Saints of Iron: Part 1
In the golden pre-steroid era, spectacular gains were made using primitive methods and regular food.
Simple Does Not Mean Ineffective
You don't have to have a million dollar facility to get strong and fit.
The 5 Pillars of Athletic Training
Every successful athletic program will be built around these central truths.
A Practical Guide to Training Intensity
Recovery and regeneration is often overlooked when it comes to fitness, but it’s a critical determinant of how effective your training will be.
Melony dos Remedios
Prep Your Joints for Muscle Ups
Build your foundation to ensure that your body can handle the stress of the muscle up.
Why Most Speed and Agility Training Protocols Suck
If we're not careful, the skill of developing well-crafted speed, agility, and change of direction programmes is going to become a lost art.
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.
Pattern Before Power: Movement Quality Basics
Whatever your discipline, movement quality has the biggest impact on whether your training improves or inhibits performance.
Growth on the Platform: Female Olympic Talent
An historical perspective on female athletes, the Olympics, and doping in Olympic weightlifting.
Study Uses GPS Technology to Predict Injuries
New research indicates injuries could be predicted ahead of time in future.
Train Your Weak Side
Don't let one side of your body dominate your life.
The Myth of Injury Prevention
I call out all the fitness specialists who would have you believe they can prevent sport and training-related injury.
Ultimate Conditioning: The Benefits of Hill Running
Hill running teaches the drive phase of a sprint like nothing else can.
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