How to Build Your Athlete's "Battery"

I have for over the past few weeks gone down a deep wormhole about the measurement of output in a mixed piece of work - this "battery" I have spoken about for years now.

Using the Single Leg Squat to Test Leg Health

The single leg squat isn't just a great strength-building exercise, but it also helps assess leg health. A new study discusses the importance of knee tracking and how to correct it.

Sunday Seven: The Week's 7 Most Popular Articles, Vol. 66

Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: cellulite, inflammation, alignment, pull ups, MovNat, and more!

The Dark Teatime of the Roll: When Training Gets Derailed

There are times when my life is absolutely on point. This is not one of those. I’m not getting my training in, and I’m not going to anytime soon, at least not to the level I’m used to and prefer.

Reality Check: 7 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself About Your Training

You all have goals, but are you optimally achieving them? Is what you do leading to what you want? Heed these seven questions about your training and honestly check yourself on each.

A Tribute to the Bicycle: 8 Articles for Cyclists or Aspiring Cyclists

Albert Einstein once said he thought up the theory of relativity while riding a bicycle. Here are 8 articles just for other bike lovers out there, whether you're an athlete or just love to ride.

Product Review: WIN Sports Detergent

If your athletic clothes come out of the wash and don't seem quite clean, it might be the type of detergent you're using. WIN detergent is specifically designed for athletic apparel.

Friday Flicks: Anderson Silva Highlights

Tomorrow Anderson Silva defends his title against Chris Weidman. Here are some highlights from some of Silva's most memorable fights.

The 4 Steps to Get Your Partner to Love the Gym as Much as You

You bow before the Iron Gods five times a week, forsaking all other commitments. And now you want your husband/wife to join. Here's how to make it happen - and still stay happily together.

How to Reduce Lower Back Pain From Cycling

Back pain can ruin your enjoyment of cycling, but it doesn't have to be that way. Here are some things to know about your body, and how to set up your bike properly to prevent back issues.

Don't Be a Bad Customer: How to Be a Good Client and Stay Healthy

If you’re in this fitness thing for the long haul you need to smarten up or you’re going to spend the next 40 years telling everyone about how you can’t do X or Y because of (insert body part here).

A Look at How Squatting Affects the Knee

One of the most common complaints about squatting is that it's bad for the knees. Researchers had a look at how various squat markers increase pressure on the knee joint, with interesting results.

5 Tips for Surviving an Injury

In my years as a fighter I've suffered my fair share of injuries. Here are five things that helped me get through my time on the injured list and still continue with my athletic passions.

Tech Review: Using Google Drive and Google Hangout for Remote Training

Today I'm going to look at two free tools that enable me to provide remote coaching for my clients, including live feedback on their movements.

Product Review: Nayad Aqua Sportswear

Nayad provides a line of multipurpose apparel that is ideal for any activity, in or out of the water. I put my suit to the test and it came through with flying colors, and it looks great, too.

Pick Up Something New: 10 Loaded Carries to Strengthen Your Training (and Yourself)

Do you include loaded carries in your training? That’s not a loaded question. Whether you do or not, carry on. You’ll pick up something new.

To Stabilize or Not to Stabilize?

We hear a lot about unstable training these days, but is it the best way to work muscles that function as prime movers? A new study explores the role of stability in the overhead press.

Video: Sean Waxman - Olympic Weightlifting Session With Lyoto Machida

People who compete in Olympic weightlifting aren't the only ones who train in Olympic weightlifting. Here's a short clip of MMA champion Lyoto Machida training at our gym.

Product Review: 93 Brand "Goose" Grey Jiu Jitsu Gi

93 Brand Kimonos isn’t afraid to take risks with their designs to provide BJJ and MMA practitioners with unique, high-quality gear at reasonable prices.

Simple Home Yoga Sequence for the Busy Athlete

If you don’t have time to make it to a yoga class, then doing a home yoga practice is your best option, and it will only take you twenty minutes. Here's how to do it.

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