Katie Chasey

Katie Chasey

 

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There’s a lot more to the world of kettlebells than just the two-handed swing. Here are five of the most effective movements that you may be accidentally leaving out of your workouts.
How does a pessimistic or catastrophic thinker become a positive go-getter? Here are some ways to change your perspective, whether you are an athlete or not.
The mind is weaker than the body; so just imagine what the body could do with the right mindset. Fears and self-doubt can stop an athlete in his or her tracks long before the body quits.
Cross-training may be “constantly varied” but it cannot do what swimming, track, or even bodybuilding can do. Just think how much better you’d be as an athlete with a library full of methodologies.
There are so many abdominal workouts out there, but few of these will give you the same overall results that sprinting does. Here's how sprinting works your abs, and how to sprint properly.
Whether you're an Olympic lifter, a CrossFitter, or any other type of athlete training the Olympic lifts, there are some important rules you need to obey when stepping on the platform.
Last week I shared the 10 worst training exercises - this week it's the 10 best! Are your favorites on this list? Should you be doing some of these? And did I miss some you think are the best?
As a coach I see a lot of crazy things going on in the gym. These ten, though, have got to be the ten worst movements. I'll explain why they are bad ideas and the alternatives you could do instead.
What is "programming?" Programming, simply stated, is the workouts your trainer gives you. On a deeper level, it's the expertise, science, and passion in your coach transcribed onto paper.
Modern life can make eating sensibly a challenge. Here are 11 ways you can plan better and utilize your fat-burning abilities as opposed to living on a sugar rollercoaster.
What is strength? Not strength like science or weightlifting defines it, but strength for you in your everyday life? Let's look at the idea of functional strength and what it really, truly is.
Lifting straps - what are they and why should you use them? SHOULD you use them? If so, when? And how?? Let me answer all these question for you regarding weightlifting and lifting straps.