Strength training veteran Charles Staley is here to answer our readers' questions about life and lifting.
What if we told you there are three easy ways to get equal (or better) results from your workout, with less pain afterward?
As a box owner or an athlete, it is your responsibility to keep things constantly varied (and not random) to keep athletic progress moving.
Don’t get locked into one manner of movement or style of training. See where your second choice leads you.
Dr. Levi discusses connecting movement and medicine, training while injured, and the difference between rest and recovery.
To track your micros accurately, you need to be able to do some simple but important nutrition math.
Before worrying about a specific diet or finding the perfect workout routine, you need to focus on getting your head in the right place.
The path to good health can be paved by following these five pieces of advice on a daily basis.
Deep down, I believe we all are craving more substance from our fitness.
Knowing the common issues that affect the female athlete can help you program yourself or your client for success.
Twelve reader favorites from the past week and from the archives, curated to save you time and bring you happiness.
We frequently hear about the importance of maintaining "good" cholesterol, but what does these numbers really mean?
Here are some pistol squat tips and regressions to overcome mobility restrictions and gain confidence.
The hamstring is not independent of what is above and below - there is interdependence through the whole region.
From CrossFit, to boot camp, to Zumba, group training is here to stay. Here's how to make the most of it.
CrossFitters, don't let a poor focus on recovery set the stage for a system-wide breakdown.
Don't head into sports season with your youth unprepared to deal with the prevention of stress injuries.
Through the eyes of a fellow athlete, Zephan Moses Blaxberg captures the beauty and spirit of movement and competition.
As my grandmother used to say, this combo of fresh fish and a root vegetables is good for what ails you.
If you've ever thought about cycling but weren't sure where to start, your guide is here.
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