strength and conditioning

At some point, we all must reflect and make the choice to age gracefully, not foolishly.
Getting injured at some point is unavoidable, but there are strategies that will improve your odds of staying healthier, longer.
Establishing a solid workout regime does not need to be tricky, just as healthy eating habits do not need to be complicated.
It is time that you, the athlete, get a dose of reality so you can prevent a major injury.
The best gift you can give any athlete is a solid foundation.
Make strong look simple and enhance your quality of life.
You may not be overtraining, you might just need to work harder.
Compared to the lengths and extremes of men of yesteryear, modern man under-trains, under-eats, and under-rests.
Having a big chest, big arms, and 6-pack abs doesn't always translate to strength.
No matter how your summer has gone, fall is the season to lock it down and make progress.
There's a basic element necessary to any training program, and not every program these days has it.
The best kept secret for improving your swing technique isn't just to keep swinging away and hope something happens.
In the golden pre-steroid era, spectacular gains were made using primitive methods and regular food.
You don't have to have a million dollar facility to get strong and fit.
Every successful athletic program will be built around these central truths.
Recovery and regeneration is often overlooked when it comes to fitness, but it’s a critical determinant of how effective your training will be.
Build your foundation to ensure that your body can handle the stress of the muscle up.