In my work with females trying to get their first pull up, I’ve spotted three main areas of weakness. I'm going to explain and offer a fix for each of these.
Foot strike may be the most hotly contested aspects of running. Should you strike with your heel, ball of the foot, or mid-foot? A new study suggests when it comes to performance, it might not matter.
On August 6th we're chatting with runner, strength coach, and RunningWOD founder Richard Airey. Learn how to join in and become a stronger, faster runner.
My daughter calls Deep Lavender Rub the "magic sleepy lotion," and for good reason. This all-natural rub soothes muscles, decreases inflammation, and eases stress.
My business manager keeps telling me I need to write up who my perfect client is. If you describe your perfect client, I am told, "They will come." So, here it is and how to make your own list, too.
I did, in fact, write this program up in Wisconsin. But I don’t remember what I was doing there.
What should you eat in order to fuel your performance? While the answer depends on your sport and training, there are a few basics that all athletes should follow for the best possible results.
Trying to get those double unders, but not making much progress? A new study suggests the best way to master them is to stop drilling the singles.
You can improve your performance by improving your visualization skills. And if you've never done visualization, I'm going to walk you through how to do it, step by step.
Don’t you dare call me petite, or skinny for that matter. I never liked hearing I was (or am) skinny. Skinny is for girls and lattes, not manly men.
Why, when you should be feeling like jumping your man’s (or lady’s) bones, is all you really want to do is zone out to some Netflix and go to bed? Could it be your workouts killing your desires?
Cross-training may be “constantly varied” but it cannot do what swimming, track, or even bodybuilding can do. Just think how much better you’d be as an athlete with a library full of methodologies.
Featured coach James FitzGerald shares with us how he prepares a powerful athlete for CrossFit-style competitions.
Are longer training programs always better? A recent study suggests no - at least not when it comes to hitting plateaus in VO2 max and other cardio markers.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: female body image, masters athletes, lower back pain, yoga and more!
The kettlebell swing is a display of skill and strength. In order to improve your proficiency, you need to work on all three vital areas - skilll, strength, and endurance. Here's how to do it.
Eric C. Stevens is a fitness coach, martial arts coach, writer, television personality, and actor. Read our 12 reps to find out what keeps him going.
The 2013 CrossFit Games are right around the corner. Here are six unique athlete perspectives on the details of the Games.
I love jerky. Not only is it high in protein, but it's also delicious. Recently I got to try a few varieties from Cattaneo Brothers, a company that specializes in traditional jerky.
My training this week reassured me that I'll be ready for Worlds in twelve weeks. I hit an easy 315lb squat and 455lb deadlift with minimal shoulder pain.
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