Trainers & Coaches
Sweetener Wars Are Now a Thing?
Consumption of sugar has long been condemned, however the alternatives of “calorie-free” natural and artificial sweeteners, have also been a major source of concern.
Going Pro? Stick With the Coach Who Knows You
Who is better equipped to prepare you for your pro day than the coach who got you ready to turn pro in the first place?
Firefighter Training for Real World Fitness
Embrace some irregularity in your program, and you'll end up prepared for anything.
Man Up and Train Your Weaknesses
Only training what you're good at won't make you better for very long.
2017 CrossFit Open Prep: Weightlifting Movements
Prepping for the CrossFit Open, you may think you understand the lifting movements, but CrossFit has its own spin on things.
Could Honey Bee Brood Be Tomorrow's Food?
Through honey bee brood, we may be able to find a new way to feed ourselves when the human population grows out of control.
What Is "Athlete's Heart"?
College-level athletes should be in the prime of their lives and in peak physical condition, yet football season strains and ages their hearts.
Why Your New Year's Resolution Will Fail
There are concrete reasons why you are setting yourself up to fail every December 31st.
2 Tools to Reclaim Your Overhead Position
These two exercises are perfect for people who have trouble reaching full thoracic extension, i.e. everybody.
American Diets Get Better, but Slowly
Overall, American children have begun to eat more healthy foods, and are taking steps to avoid empty calories.
Why MMA Creates The Fittest Athletes
There is no sport or training modality that combines the physical and mental challenges of MMA.
Eric C. Stevens
Find Joy in Your Practice
Get rid of the roadblocks that stand in the way of turning your gym grind into productive play.
Wearable Tech to Track Sweat and Reduce Dehydration
A team of researchers at Northwestern University have designed a sweat-sensing skin patch that can track exercise and fitness data, but has the unique ability of providing hydration data.
Exercise Can't Cure Sitting
According to a new study, exercise isn't a cure for the diseases that can arise as a result of sitting.
2016's Greatest Scientific News
If you missed some of the 2016 scientific findings in the health and fitness arena, here's a recap.
2017 CrossFit Open Prep: Movements to Master
To compete in the Open, there are more movements than ever to master.
Get Faster and Stronger With a Post-Season Break
Giving yourself and your family the gift of a holiday season break from your endless training and racing is a good thing. Your body will reward you.
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