Fitness

Improving weaknesses in particular areas and gaining better neuromuscular balance and control should be the goal of training.
What would you do with just a barbell, yourself, and the endless expanse of Arizona desert?
There was a time, not long ago, when smoking was an ubiquitous social habit. Phone watching isn't as smelly but it seems to be just as unflattering.
In a sea of options, which plan is right for you?
Although the number of birthday candles on your birthday cake can equal the number of things that stop working remember, strength is never a weakness.
If it doesn't challenge you then it won't change you, and change is needed for growth.
Thought you had time to workout, but now you're trying to figure out Plan B? Here are a bunch of great ideas for 10 or 20 minute workouts that will work you hard, but not waste your time.
The best thing about doing a workout like this is it’s up to you how challenging you want to make it.
The key to your warm-up is to start simple and do what works for you.
No matter what sport you do, the three muscles groups that are in desperate need of a time out are the ilio psoas, adductors, and the glute muscles.
You might be getting stronger and fitter, but are you getting tougher and more resilient? No training week is complete without a gut check.
Not all deadlifts are right for every body. Allow your anatomy to dictate which style of deadlift suits you best.
Snap! Pop! That is a common sound heard and felt within an athlete's elbow. What goes less noticed, however, are the day-to-day aches and pains. What are they and how do you treat them?
While enlisting in the help of a trainer may be a great personal investment, doing so won’t necessarily solve your personal problems.
Here's a great lesson to learn: you need to respect your body in order to grow it.
The snatch is a challenging, yet rewarding, lift to master. But, it does take time to learn the proper technique.
We should watch athletes perform to celebrate the extremes of human potential, not confirm our cultural biases.