Use Game Theory to Increase Your Odds of Hiring the Best Coach

Knowledge and research are your most powerful allies when it comes to hiring a coach.

A Comprehensive Guide to Meal Planning for Fat Loss

Fat loss is an age-old endeavor. It doesn't have to be complicated. Here is a step-by-step template for planning your meals to lose excess fat.

Sit Less and Prioritize Movement for Long-Term Fitness

It is a well known fact that sitting is detrimental to our health, so finding ways to get out of our chairs is crucial to maintaining long-term fitness.

Pack Your Neck for a Safer Spine and Stronger Swings

Believe it or not, hinge movements translate to the neck. Packing your neck during kettlebell swings allows for a safer and stronger position.

3 Quick and Simple Exercises to Prevent Back Pain

Use these three exercises consistently to keep your back strong and flexible and ward off pain.

Why Serious Cyclists Should Eat Their Greens

You're not doing yourself any favors by skipping out on eating your leafy greens. Supplementation alone doesn't cut it.

The 4 Pillars of Fitness Training: All Your Clients Will Ever Need

Neglecting one or more of these will make progressing to true blue all-round health and fitness next to impossible later.

Can Kettlebells Improve Jumping and Balance?

If the swing and get up can improve the impressive balance of ballet dancers, chances are kettlebells can do the same for you.

The One Element of Your Training That Can't Be Forsaken

Keeping a training log will expose when to increase weight and reps to optimize your gym efforts. Don't train for nothing.

7 Hot Tips for Your Next Bench Press Competition

These seven tips will get your bench booming for your next meet, with advice on mindset, training, gear, and weight management.

A Proven Method for Building Full-Body Power (Plus a 6-Week Plan)

Don't get caught up in the trends. Here's a proven method to help you build muscle and maintain power and speed.

Swim Basics: A Beginner's Guide to the Butterfly

While the butterfly is the most dynamic stroke, it is difficult to learn. Learning the basics is imperative and will help tremendously in the long run.

5 Simple Ways for Meat Lovers to Eat More Vegetables

If you know that consuming vegetables will positively impact your health but you just can’t find ways to eat them, here are a few ideas.

Don't Try to Sell - Just Coach

Should you be coaching or should you be selling? The two may not be as mutually exclusive as you think.

How Much Do You Want It? The 4 Levels of Motivation for Lifters

Is your training stuck in a rut? Step back and take an honest look at what motivates you to lift.

Dispelling the Myths About Poor Posture (And Your Poor Pelvis)

Research and common sense reveal the truth: anterior pelvic tilt has nothing to do with sitting, or lordosis, or a tight psoas.

Supersets: Beware the Line Between Training and Recovery

Supersets don't have to blast the nervous system. They should be used to challenge stability and coax your best performance.

Add Variety to Get Results: 3 Next-Level Strength Workouts

At some point you need to force your body to do more. Here are three ways to do it safely.

Tommy John and Baseball: America's Favorite Elbow Surgery

It is critical that youth pitchers, parents, and coaches educate themselves well on the consequences of electing the Tommy John surgery.

7 Best Bodyweight Exercises for Stronger Legs

These lower body workouts don't need any equipment except - you guessed it - your legs.