A study compared a seated and standing barbell overhead press with a seated and standing dumbbell overhead press.
Here are twelve articles to dispel common fitness myths, and set you back on the straight and narrow.
The SportMixer from BlenderBottle is easy to clean, free of harmful chemicals, and it doesn't get smelly like other bottles I've tried.
It's difficult to describe the beauty, grace, and fluidity of these male gymnasts at the 2013 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.
Criteriums? Omniums? Cyclo-cross? Downhill? What are these things? Here is my short guide to cycling-related sports that you may like to try, maybe as a challenge or just a bit of a change.
When it comes to recovery, oxidative stress and inflammation are important things to fight. And it turns out the most powerful tools to do that can be found in the produce aisle of the grocery store.
How can you hide corrective exercise within regular training so clients do what they need, rather than just what they want? Here's how.
I love my CrossFit Murdock family. I know the strength and endurance I achieved from the six solid months I was going there saved my life through this journey known as breast cancer.
Heart rate variability can be measured by some heart rate monitors, and a new study suggests tracking it might be a good way to evaluate workout intensity.
Are you working out because it's beneficial and enjoyable? Or are you doing it because you're trying to fix something from the past?
The Withings Pulse is one of the newest activity trackers on the market. I recommend it for anyone who wants to track heart rate, activity level, and sleep patterns.
During my younger years my brother hated the fact that I existed. But as we got older his contempt disappeared and he became a sort of mentor. Here's the most important things I learned.
I'm currently taking a course based on the CrossFit Mobility certification. I'm going to share what I'm learning, and also how I would combine it with yoga for better overall movement and mobility.
One question that most people have when they first start to learn the snatch is, "How wide should the grip be?" Here are the differences between the grips and how to determine the best width for you.
If you want to stop your strength gains right in their tracks, there are plenty of ways you can do so. Here are my ten top tips on how to plateau, burn out, and avoid getting strong.
Nobody wants to take three cold showers a day, but ice therapy is more convenient for regular use. A recent study shows icing has mixed benefit for performance and pain.
The medicine ball backwards throw improves upper body explosion and reinforces proper extension mechanics.
The Armaid is a self-therapy device for anyone struggling with recurrent forearm issues. I highly recommend it for athletes with serious, consistent problems.
One of the hardest subjects for people to grasp is timing their peak performance. Here is how I have prepared myself for everything from military recruit training to Ironman to the RKC.
Shana Alverson critiqued CrossFit and had her post deleted. Why is this a big deal and why should others get involved? Let me explain.
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