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strength and conditioning
What to Expect Your First Time in the Gym
Here's what you need to know for a successful start at the gym.
Resistance Training Plans Might Be Superior to HIIT For Kids
Compares the acute physiological responses within and between resistance training (RT) and high intensity interval training (HIIT) matched for time and with comparable effort.
Practice Like It's Game Day
If you don't practice with the intensity you'll need on game day, there's no way your mind and body will be prepared for it.
Lower Body Power: VRT vs Plyometrics vs Olympic Lifts
All strategies are proven to be effective, but when is one more appropriate than the others?
Trust Your Training
The race itself is just the expression of what you have already accomplished.
You Can Get Fit in a Quarter Hour
All-out effort is the secret ingredient to making the most of a 15-minute session.
Boxing Should Be Your Next Sport
If you want to improve your fitness and your life, it may be time to step in the ring.
Eric C. Stevens
Ideal Body Weight: Is There Such a Thing?
Lean and fat mass change together, making the whole process more complicated.
Find the Right Strength Program for You
If you've decided it's time to shop for a new strength coach, gym, or program, here's what to look for.
Tackle the Kettlebell Bent Press: Part 2
The bent press is a skill and requires repeated, focused practice.
The Anatomy of a Training Program
Designing a well-rounded strength and conditioning routine must start with specific and clearly stated goals.
Cultivate Resilience for Breakthrough Training
Cultivating resilience may be the secret to reaching your goals.
Don't Train In a Dirty Bathroom
Our rules for choosing the right gym ensure you'll never end up paying to use a dirty bathroom.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Thank Norbert Shemansky for Your Weightlifting Category
The rationalization of the body weight categories didn't exist before Norbert Schemansky.
3 Guiding Principles for Every Athlete
Novice or world champion, these truths will keep you on the straight and narrow in fitness.
The Disconnected Values Model of Motivation
There is a massive gap between knowing what is healthy for us, and behaving accordingly.
Your Fitness Truths Are Just a Story
Your “reality” is one that you have created.
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