If you work hard, you can still go achieve your goals, even with minimal equipment.
Recovering from an injury is tough, but when it happened to me I also learned some important lessons that will last longer than the injury itself.
If you've never heard of the green plant purslane and how it relates to good nutrition, this article may be worth a read.
It's six o'clock and you just got home from a long day at work and training at the gym. Do you know what's on your dinner menu?
Improve your strength and balance by adding some guard-opening specific exercises to your training program.
Rotation is where #beastmode lives, and the tall kneeling press is a great place to start.
Velocity-based training provides invaluable feedback during hypertrophy training sessions. Here's how to use it your advantage.
The dragon flag is a cool party trick, but it can also help you master the skill of tension and build abdominal strength.
Core training doesn't have to be limited to crunches and planks. Here are some exercises to add to your routine.
This week, Charles provides valuable insight into training motivation, shoulder growth, and exercise science.
Many health professionals recommend light exercise for women on bed rest as a way to prevent complications.
Stop skipping from one thing to the next in search of results in the gym.
For the average person, his or her routine needs to include a little bit of everything.
One thing that stood out at the 2015 Pan American Games was the wide grip jerks employed by quite a number of successful competitors.
Get ready to push yourself to get big and strong like Bobby Maximus with these classic workouts.
How do you know if your gym is a break from the stress or yet another burden to your clients? Ask yourself these questions.
It might take a little bit more planning at first, but these strategies will save you a lot in the long term.
Here is an unconventional, but practical, engaging, and fun way to build strength and mobility.
From increased stability to altering muscular force, these bodyweight movements should be part of every athlete's training.
Here are a few ideas for training around an injured shoulder and potentially even eliminating that twinge over time.