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Playground Workouts and Getting Fit Like a Kid
If life inside the big box gym is getting stale, try taking your workouts outside.
How Iron Boosts Exercise Performance in Women
It may be worthwhile screening women, including women training as elite athletes, for iron deficiency.
6 Exercises For Rebuilding Your Core After Pregnancy
You've done the hard part and had your baby, but before you get back to heavy lifting, give your core some attention.
CrossFit Masters and Teen Qualifiers 2017: Beating the Odds
Masters and teens athletes strategize their workout plan for this weekend's online competition to get a place at the CrossFit Games.
HIT: Stop the Trashing and Begin the Thrashing
Mindless volume will never be as effective as high intensity to create progress toward your fitness goals.
The Newbie Guide to Building Muscle
The first few months after you start lifting are the best you'll have in your career. Here's how to get the most from them.
Can The Mediterranean Diet Prevent ADHD?
The Mediterranean diet is highly nutritious, is ranked among the healthiest in the world by multiple sources, and offers children a diet that is simple to follow with plenty of variety but can...
The Essentialists: Chris Holder
In an industry obsessed with techniques and science, it's relationships that matter most.
Your Lats, Your Lifts, and the Coiling Core
Because of the variety of connections, your back plays a primary role in all strength exercises.
Ballistic Strength: Adding Velocity to Muscle
Among all the ingredients for performance, nothing sharpens the blade like adding velocity and acceleration.
Is Your Cell Phone Ruining Your Workout?
Gym etiquette is clear: Get off your cell phone, dingus. People who spend time on their cell phones never get a truly effective workout. Don't believe that? You can't argue with science.
It Takes More Than Talent
Talent without long and focused work will yield exactly the same result as no talent at all.
Fix Your Own Kettlebell Swing
You don't need a coach to make these simple improvements to your swing technique.
Mercury: Its Role In ALS
People eating fish with high quantities of mercury—such as swordfish, shark, and other fish at the top of the food chain or caught in high-mercury waters were found to have a higher risk of ALS.
The Definitive Tire Flip Guide
Variety in the gym is good, but it can spell disaster if you aren't ready for it.
Gethin Rhys James
How to Define and Act on Your Values
Inspired human development is sustained by the intentional creation and nurturing of actionable values.
Don't Underestimate The Importance Of Vitamin D
It may not be as glamorous as other vitamins, but vitamin D is vital for healthy bones and skin, plays a role in cellular growth, and may reduce your risk of serious inflammatory bowel disease.
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