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How to Keep Breaking Records and PRs at 70+
Laurie Nelson, 72, is a champion athlete and she going to be breaking records for a long, long time to come.
Quick Tips for Optimal CrossFit Open WOD 17.3 Performance
In this WOD, efficiency may be more important than strength.
Want to Be a Better Cyclist? Get Off the Bike
More time in the saddle may not be the best way. Cyclists need to improve their athleticism..
10 Things A CrossFit Newbie Should Know
CrossFit can be as dangerous, safe, fun, or healthy as you intend.
High Fat Diet May Improve Heart Disease
Fat is not the villain of the nutritional world anymore.
Meal Timing: Fasting and Frequency Is Not an Exact Science
We now know that more infrequent feedings are completely appropriate for many people.
The Hybrid Protocol: Jump Rope to Build Strength
The introduction of a hybrid form of programming can elevate other areas of our physical abilities.
Connecting Physical Activity and Good Grades
If your child is struggling at school, it's time to enroll them in a course of physical activity.
Getting Masters Weightlifters to Competition Gold
Chronological age is not the most important criterion by which to determine a senior's training program.
Are Gut Microbes Stopping You From Losing Weight?
The reason you're not losing weight may not be your fault.
3 Essential Exercises for the Over 40 Crowd
It is at this time of life that we really need to focus on maintaining both an intelligent exercise protocol and a healthy diet.
Sport Fighting Won't Teach You Self Defense
Out in the real world, there are no rules, whistles, or bells to save you.
Martial Arts Is Not Self-Defense: Real World Violence Prevention
When you're training for something as unpredictable as violence, martial arts isn't enough.
Starting Olympic Weightlifting at 65+
Deborah Robinson took up weightlifting at an age when most people are struggling with physical activity.
What to Do With a Pain in the Pelvis
The pelvis is meant to do many things, but leaving you in constant agony isn't one of them.
Phosphatidylserine: The Natural Cure For A Rare Disease
Fatty and amino acids in phosphatidylserine can help slow down the degeneration of neural highways.
Filling the Gaps in Education with Physical Fitness
If we wish to create a thriving generation, we must stop focusing all our time and money on things that don't matter, and begin to address the skills that make people great.
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