Does Police Training Need a Facelift?

A new study indicates that some police academy training programs might not emphasize the right physical qualities.

Tech Review: Johnson & Johnson 7 Minute Workout App

Baby shampoo isn't the only product made by Johnson & Johnson. If you're short on time and want to fit in a quick but effective workout, check out their 7 Minute Workout app.

How to Strengthen the Abductors and Adductors for Hockey

I am going to teach you how to locate weaknesses that lead to overuse injuries. These issues can be addressed easily by training muscle groups responsible for maintaining hip stability.

Weekly Work-In: Week 1 - Create a Simple Daily Ritual for Body and Mind

Starting this week I'm going to be sharing my "work-ins" with you in the hopes that you can join me in creating a healthy practice for your body and mind - and find the happiness you are seeking.

Product Review: 93 Brand “Arm Drags!” Rashguard

The new women's rashguard from 93 Brand takes its inspiration from the hard-working women of the 1920s, with a nostalgic feel and quality construction.

For CrossFitters: 7 Strategies for Success in Your First Olympic Weightlifting Meet

Strategy is an important factor in weightlifting competition. I've seen many times where a more skilled strategist has been able to defeat a stronger opponent merely by monitoring these factors.

The 6 Main Types of Strongman Events (and How to Train For Them in the Gym)

If you want to train either for strongman or in a strongman manner with limited resources, I'm going to give you options for training each strongman event in a regular gym setting.

Use the FMS to Assess Mobility, Not Performance

A new study on rugby players confirmed that the functional movement screen is best used to gauge mobility and flexibility, as opposed to athletic performance.

Athlete Journal: James Kearns, Entry 8 - 2/26/2014

This was by far the best training week I’ve had this year, and it feels like my Brazilian jiu jitsu and weightlifting are coming together.

Recipe: Ariel’s Artichoke Dip

Although it’s definitely not the same, this simple, delicious, and totally healthy artichoke dip is more than satisfying without any of the gut-busting ingredients of the old standard.

The 3 Most Valuable Lessons a Young Athlete Can Learn From the Olympics

For young athletes, the Olympic Games can represent their future hopes and dreams. It can also be a source of valuable lessons in sportsmanship, spirit, and achievement.

Virtuosity with Dusty Hyland - Bent Arm Press to Handstand, Vol 2: Tuck Up With Plate

In this second episode of Dusty Hyland's Virtuosity series, Dusty covers how to move from your tuck-sit or L-sit position to a tuck up position.

What You Need to Know About Buying Running Shoes

While it may seem overly technical, I can verify that knowing what sort of foot you have and a few details about shoe design will make buying shoes incredibly easy.

What Makes a CrossFit Box a Home?

Last weekend. I had the opportunity to put on a seminar in Texas. While I was there, I rediscovered why I fell in love with CrossFit to begin with.

Squats and Hip Dysfunction: 2 Common Problems and How to Fix Them

Struggling with your squat form? We’re going to take a look at the two most common dysfunctions at the hip, how they affect your squat, and what you can do to fix them.

More Fatigue Does Not Make More Muscle

You've probably heard it said that fatiguing your muscles helps them grow by recruiting more muscle fibers. A new study questioned this concept, with interesting results.

Video: Interview With Ana Forrest - Yoga for Strength Athletes

Today I discuss the benefits of yoga for strength athletes with Ana Forrest, founder of Forrest yoga. Learn how yoga can make your muscles smart, not just strong and stupid.

6 Sports for Kids Who Aren't "Sporty"

We all know how beneficial sports are for kids. But what if your child isn't interested in the usual sports fare? Here are six options for six different personalities.

Weightlifting and Figure Skating: An Odd Fit? Or Are All Olympians Doing It?

Back in 1980, my weightlifting athletes at the Olympic Training Center informed me that Randy Gardner, pairs figure skating champion was executing clean and jerks in the 200lb range.

How Living, Working, and Training in the Wild Made Me Evolve

I believe we were all born wild and wildness is still a part of who we are. I also believe outdoor exercise can be a means to reconnect to the innate wildness in all of us.