How to Ride Faster With No Training: How the Weights of Your Bike and You Matter

Time for a little high school physics so if you can decide if that fancy cycling gear that saves you a few grams of weight is actually worth your money or not.

Andrew Is Busy: How a Trainer Stays Fit Despite Working 30 Straight Days

I don't have a single day off this month, and every weekend is taken up with courses. I know I’m not the only one to face such difficulties, so I'm sharing how I plan my week.

How Muscle Size Affects Power

Bigger muscles are usually stronger muscles, but are they more powerful? A new study examines the relationship between muscular size and power.

Tech Review: Fooducate App

Curious about GMOs or other terms on a box at the grocery store? Fooducate is a free app that allows the user to quickly reference and compare foods.

Athlete Journal: Alli Moyer, Entry 6 - 11/7/2013

Tough situations can kill us, or they can be our greatest gift. The choice is yours - it’s how you view it. This principle applies to training and life.

The Best Warm Up for Yoga and Lifting

This sequence was designed to wake up the body from a night's rest by warming up the major muscles and joints, which makes it an excellent tool to warm up for lifting or yoga.

How High School Physics Can Help Us With Our Weightlifting

Do you remember the lessons you learned in high school physics? Well, you should, because it turns out they're not only relevant to weightlifting, but mighty helpful.

The Handstand Push Up: How Things Go Wrong and How to Put Them Right

On any given day, there's a 50% chance that I’m going to have a CrossFitter on my schedule. How important is the handstand push up, really?

The Bench Press Is a Pull: 5 Cues You Might Be Missing

What would you say if I told you one of the best ways to think about the bench press is actually in terms of a series of pulling motions?

Science Says YouTube Can Make You a Better Athlete

Do you spend a lot of time watching videos to help you learn new movements? A new study suggests that might be a great way to learn.

Video: Sean Waxman - Olympic Weightlifting Drills: Jumping Medicine Ball Throw

The jumping medicine ball throw is an exercise used for general physical preparation. It helps to improve overall explosiveness.

Recipe: Get Fat! From Delicious Coconut Macaroons

Without fat and protein, we expire. These two nutrients are essential to our joints, organs, and brain function. So, chew on these yummy balls.

Product Review: Submission Fight Co. Women's Ecstasy Gi

Submission Fight Co. has created the first hemp women's gi on the market. Aside from a few issues with shrinkage, I thought this was a high-quality, attractive gi.

10 Practical Daily Strategies for Reducing Your Salt Intake

The good news is it’s pretty easy to reduce your salt intake, and most people will get enough sodium simply from natural foods. Here are ten tips to employ if you need to lower your salt consumption.

How to Move Up in Weight and Use Bigger Kettlebells

To go from a 12kg kettlebell to a 16kg is a 30% jump. From 16kg to 24kg is a 50% jump. How do you train to go heavier without smaller increments? Here's the strategy I recommend.

The Sumo Deadlift High Pull Is Stupid

It’s okay to admit something isn’t working and pull it from the shelves. So then, my question is, why is the sumo deadlift high pull (SDHP) still around?

How Heat and Gender Affect Running Performance

In running, better pacing usually translates into better overall performance. A recent study investigated the role of gender and heat stress in pacing during a race.

Athlete Journal: Chris Duffin, Entry 75 - Getting Faster

I'm continuing to use the GymAware unit to measure speed on my lifts, and noticed a few improvements this week.

Trusting the Process: 10 Reasons We Should Enjoy the Journey and Stop Worrying About the Outcome

Here is a list of why taking joy in the process is more important than the outcome. In fact, it is the best thing you can do for yourself, hands down.

The Safest and Smartest Progression for Building Your Overhead Lifts

The press, push press, push jerk, snatch, and overhead squat all require a specific level of shoulder mobility before you should perform them under any significant load.

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