If you don’t track your training volume, you are leaving out a key method to assess progress.
The Mayo Clinic is getting behind a new body composition app in hopes of replacing BMI.
Your relationships matter as much as your workouts for a healthy life.
The point of your training should be to enable you to improve the world around you.
A study from UC Santa Barbara found that even small changes in the modern diet could lead to climate change.
Sometimes, the best program money can buy is the one written by the athlete for themselves.
Teach your body to achieve and maintain the correct positions, so you get the most from every stroke.
It's incredible how little you have to do to make a change in your levels of fitness so, why do people still have problems?
There isn't a summer conditioning program better than a summer spent at the playground.
One day, whether by happenchance or some fluke of life, your training comes to a screeching halt. What now?
Couch potatoes get more out of high-intensity workouts because they stick with it longer. Enjoyment plays a big part.
The "Oprah of Health" doesn't seem to be stoppable - she just gets to distribute her kooky health ideas to millions more people in lots of new ways.
Research shows that many lifters simply aren't selecting high enough loads to make progress.
How physically prepared is your kid to play in a season that doesn't end for ten or more years?
The impact of even small changes in weight on your health shouldn't be dismissed.
Common sense is making a comeback. Discredited findings, diet nazis, and the fact that no two people feel the same way about the same eating regimen: a new study puts fat back where it belongs.
Time and age grant a more objective perspective on how you trained when you were young.