strength training

We can make our workouts more fun and useful by including elements that apply strength in natural human situations.
This episode will provide you with jaw-dropping stories of how people train and the social, political, and economic pressures that drove physical culture at different stages of humanity.
Strength training is a critical component for any powerful, successful runner by helping to prevent injuries and developing muscular power.
The midline rule determines which stance to use for any lift and teaches the lifter to think for themselves.
When the gap in our balance grows too large, we need smart exercises to train the variables that move the meter back to the baseline of a reasonable asymmetry.
You don't need a fancy facility or equipment to build strength.
Being good at a sport doesn't mean you should be to overly specific with your training.
A strong upper back is vital to minimize shoulder joint and girdle injuries. Strengthening these areas can be done with proper balance of pushing and pulling. Here are workouts for you to follow.
You’ve created your structure on grasping skills, so when you move into new scopes you can integrate it all and become a competent force.
When designing resistance training programs, we can't ignore physics. Here are 3 laws of training that will simplify your programming and help you become more successful (i.e. stronger).
Plain and simple, a deload is a short planned period of recovery. Here are four ways to do it and why you absolutely must include it in your training.
Cluster training is an effective tool to shock your body into new gains, as well as break up the monotony of taking a straight sets approach to your lifting. Beyond that, it's cool and different.
You change as you lift over time and you change as you age. There's no template for life.
A unique advantage of this exercise over other triceps extension variations is the use of cuffs rather than a hand-held attachment.
Many of us females pull and pull and still don’t have a pull-up. Let's change that.
Getting mad at the bar isn't just for the bros in the gym. It has an actual purpose related to your "arousal level."
Haphazardly loading a barbell and doing one set until you fall in exhaustion shouldn’t be the plan for the majority of lifters.