Balini Active Sportswear (Product Review)

This tank top and sports bra are ideal for active women who want something cute, but also functional and comfortable.

Follow the Client: Applying Montessori Principles in the Gym

"Following the child" is a common phrase in Montessori. Here's how to apply it to coaching clients of all ages.

Why Dieting Is Harmful to Your Health

Diets, while well-intended, are just distractions from the larger issues that lurk beneath the surface. And they are likely making you fatter and less healthy.

5 Short Drills to Make the Secret Places Stronger (Video)

People often forget about the secret places - in particular the shoulders, midsection, glutes, and ankles. Here's are some drills to strengthen these areas.

Why Your CrossFit Gym Needs an On-Ramp Program

An on-ramp teaches foundational movements, but it also teaches the language of CrossFit, lowers injury rates, and welcomes clients into your culture.

7 Reasons Your Injury Is Not Getting Any Better

Why is your injury just not healing? It could be for reasons you never thought of. Fix these and you will be well on the way to fixing yourself.

Pregnancy Diet Affects Fat Levels in Babies

A new study reiterates the importance of a quality diet during pregnancy, especially when it comes to newborn size.

First Week of Prep for World Championships (Athlete Journal 37)

Between the nagging pain in my left wrist and discomfort in my groin, this wasn't my best week of training.

Could Spinning Be the Best Cross-Training for Runners?

On a recent run, a new girl to our group kicked all of our butts on the final hill. Turns out she's a spin instructor and she credits it for her running success.

Unilateral Leg Training, Part 2: Challenging the Overreaction

I encourage everyone to analyze the true contribution of a new trend to your training before committing to long-term implementation.

Giving Back: 12 Ways to Pay It Forward in Fitness

When you first start your fitness journey, you focus on yourself and that's okay. But at a certain point, it's time to give back to the community.

My Secret Technique for Getting Results and Breaking Records

I call this technique the PR Amplifier because I found that by doing it every time I trained I more easily hit personal records.

Personal Trainers: To Hire One or Not to Hire One?

You probably already know the answer to that question, but it's nice to be affirmed every now and then.

Survivor's Bias: How We Miss the Mark With Our Athletes

UCL injuries in baseball players have skyrocketed in the last decade. Finding the solution requires that we ask the right questions.

4 Progressions for the Back Bridge (Video)

This week, Al demonstrates the back bridge. If you find this move difficult, here are four steps to help get you there.

An Unlimited Number of Strength Training Workouts

Using a combination of the variables within this matrix chart offers an unlimited number of potential workouts based on your goals.

6 Potential Missing Links in Your Training

Are you making mistakes or missing elements in your training and coaching that you're not even aware of? Not after you read this article!

Earning My Stripes (Athlete Journal 46)

I hurt my elbow and had to deal with a cold for two days, but it was still a great week.

"Eat the Yolks" (Book Review)

Liz Wolfe's ability to ride the line between stick-to-your-guns and reasonable makes this one of the best nutrition books I've read in years.

4 Nutrition Lessons That Can Benefit Anyone

These lessons will benefit anyone who wants to improve their nutrition, regardless of which diet camp he or she falls into.

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