Trainers & Coaches
Fat Loss Is a Steep Climb to the Bottom
As you get leaner, the battle against your body fat becomes harder.
Is Your Training Functional or Circus Act?
Whether a movement can be called functional depends on the needs of the individual.
Cycling Holiday Guide: Deadlift More
The off-season is the perfect time to address the weaknesses and imbalances brought from a year on the bike.
The Long-Term Dangers of Yo-Yo Dieting
The "yo-yo effect" can be a lot more harmful for your metabolism than you'd expect.
Terror Management Theory Will Make You Perform
The thought of death causes us to regain the self-esteem that protects us.
Aerobic Exercise: The New Testosterone Booster
Aerobic exercise may be the key to reversing the effects of aging on androgen levels.
The Need to Eat Bugs for Protein
Insects may not sound appetizing to Westerners, but they've always been a part of traditional diets in other regions.
Meditation Needs to Make a Comeback
We get so busy that we forget to focus on our mental health.
Mirror Neurons and the Scourge of Social Media Coaching
The movements we watch become the ones we imitate.
Go Big: Be Your Own Coach
The magic of coaching is to change your perspective, and these three questions can help you do that for yourself.
Unravelling the Urban Myths of Soy Protein
Science says protein type matters.
Have You Hit the Wall?
When your resolve to reach your goal wavers, it's time to make a choice.
The Thanks Giving Zone Boosts Performance
A mindset of persistent thankfulness can help you find and stay in the zone.
Sprinting Biomechanics and the Myth of Triple Extension
The 'push off' theory of sprinting was disproved by science decades ago, so why are we still training it?
Everyone Can Learn From Mobility for Bone Jarring BMX
A hard hitting, exciting sport can punish the body in so many ways. Mobility from a former rider and present day fitness guru.
The Socioeconomics of Western Diets and Obesity
It's vital for Westerners to take stock of their lifestyle and diet and determine what they're doing wrong.
Mobility and Alignment for Racquet Sports
Tennis isn't as innocuous for the health of your body as it may seem.
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