strength and conditioning

The first of the workout week is usually among the most challenging.
Since we spend roughly a third of our lives asleep, I think it is important that we understand this process more, especially with regard to recovery from physical exercise.
Heavy lunges kick-off the last set of workouts for the week.
Balance and locomotion, lower risk of injury, and quality of breathing - possessing a strong neck has an upside for anyone.
Aggressive, violent, and tough. Smashing tires, and turning muscle into rock.
Working out as a team will not only push each member to build their fitness, but enhance teamwork and camaraderie.
You are never too advanced for skill work in any realm. Work on ground-to-floor lifts with jumping variations.
Plenty of hard work today with TGUs and a nice chipper.
Benchmark day and it gets quite "beastly."
A comprehensive 30-day workout, diet, and recovery plan for athletes who want to compete in obstacle course racing.
Starting to build up that core strength in the handstand position and learning to release neck and shoulders.
First day of the training week and it is time to say Good Mornings and their variations.
Last day of this week's training and you are going to be looking forward to rest day.
Laurie Nelson, 72, is a champion athlete and she going to be breaking records for a long, long time to come.
Work on your pull ups today as you end this week's workouts.
Brace yourself or some challenging and uninterrupted weight holds.