We must make sure the sport is appealing and safe for the child - and matches the parent’s expectations.
There are many variables that go into muscle building, today we focus on the negative part of the rep, the time under load, and getting a pump.
Many successful businesses compete with free. Let's look at some real world examples.
Young athletes are not taught how to move properly - basic things like squatting, running, and landing mechanics.
For men, this syndrome can be painful and cause many unpleasant side effects - including erectile dysfunction.
A new study found the MMR running method affects gait, but not performance.
My body was feeling good this week, and I planned my workouts carefully to get in as much volume as I could.
Nothing can bring down the NFL. Nothing except a lack of players to fill the shoes of the current ones. Would you let your kid play football?
The way you train, eat, and sleep is going to determine how long you can stay on the mats.
The hopper model relates to selecting workouts at random. Surely there are better ways to program CrossFit?
If you're like 99% of the people who read part one of this series, you probably learned some stuff. So here are ten more tidbits.
You might be disappointed, but cookies lost by a long shot.
Fitness is a habit best begun in youth. Learn more about each of our kids' fitness experts.
This week, Al Kavadlo teams up with his brother Dan to explain the clutch lever.
Exercise is healthy. But sometimes our approach to it is not. Our mentality when we walk into the gym can do more damage than junk food ever could.
Jiu jitsu is the one thing I feel completely comfortable doing. I don’t have to worry about being judged or criticized. I just do it.
Use all tools available to get stronger. But understand the devices you train with cannot be compared with each other.
There are three types of grip - crush grip, pinch grip, and support grip. But how do you train these?
Athletic Greens has a well-rounded ingredients list that might fill some of the gaps in your diet.
New studies are suggesting the numbers of repetitions per set matters much less than how hard you push yourself.