We recently discussed how training and a bad diet can really kill your sex drive. So, I am going to give you three recommendations for natural supplements that can light the fire under your libido.
Contrary to what some spine experts say - that if your back ever rounds you're going to immediately die of the bubonic plague - the human body can move that way, and might even lift more that way.
It's true if you want to be good at running, then you need to run. But if all you do is run, then there's a good chance you're going to get hurt. Here's how I add strength and technique to the mix.
We tend to think of the effect of carbohydrates on energy levels, but what about the nervous system? A new study suggests carb consumption might affect performance in highly technical sports.
If you're inexperienced, starting a new program can be scary. I'll get you going down the right path. I'll begin by addressing three realities that should keep your efforts sensible and productive.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: longevity, mental toughness, yoga, CrossFit, core training, and more!
There is an area of combative sports that all competitors have to face and none look forward to. I am speaking about cutting weight. Here are my three tips for making weight for an amateur fight.
Sally Arsenault did not begin fitness training until the age of 26. Find out what drew her to the world of BJJ, and what superhero power she would have. (Hint: It involves candy.)
Struggling to get the hang of pull ups? Whether it's strict or kipping pull ups you're working on, here are five articles to give you a helping hand.
Information is one of the best tools for growing your business. If you own a CrossFit affiliate or want to open one, "The Affiliate Yearbook" is an invaluable resource for growing your business.
Earlier this week we were honored to have MovNat founder Erwan LeCorre join us for our #RealKnowledge Twitter chat. Here are some highlights from the discussion in case you missed it!
I'm more sore than I've been in awhile, but overall it was a gratifying week, with an easy 355lb low bar squat, a 475lb pull after a ton of squats, and lots of hard upper-body work.
This weekend's Giants Live British Open Championships marks the final chance for qualification into World's Strongest Man. Here is an adrenaline-fueled clip of these powerful strongmen in action.
We know hydration is important and can directly affect our performance, but here's what you need to know about exactly how much to drink and when to keep you going at your best.
Teaching at a CrossFit gym, I've become familiar with the mobility challenges of overhead squats. These poses will target the muscles and connective tissues that must be mobile to do this lift.
One of the questions I get asked most frequently is, "What kind of shoes do I need for running?” Here is my advice, based on my experience and the simple math behind the physics of running.
More and more runners are embracing strength training, but is it really effective? A recent study questions its effectiveness, but we have our own doubts about the study design.
Considering a heart rate monitor to see how fast that big old muscle is really beating? The instant heart rate app by Azumio is a great tool for tracking heart rate throughout your day.
When it was first announced that the Masters events were going to be moved to mid-week, we felt like it was yet another slap in the face to the Masters population. And boy, were we wrong.
On average, most women will have about thirteen negative thoughts about their appearance per day. I know it can be difficult to stop the negative self talk, but it's time to embrace yourself.
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