When it comes to higher level fitness, you must understand why longer training is necessary.
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Changing how you sit while resting can have huge benefits for health and mobility.
These five steps will return you to the field as a stronger player, both mentally and physically.
Time management seems to be the biggest determinant in a person’s success in any given training program.
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
Injury can be like a mental bomb going off in your head. Here are some strategies to work through it, get better, and stay sane.
This dish will satisfy your craving for Asian food without sacrificing your clean eating habits.
There aren't many kettlebell workouts around that are as gruesome as the Chain of Pain - but it works.
If you are a novice lifter or looking for quick results, save both your time and your money and wait until you’re ready to focus.
The most important piece you're missing from your training might not have to do with diet or exercise.
Struggle at the top of regular or weighted pull ups? This movement will force you to become more explosive.
A complete system has elements of performance, but it must also address injury prevention and whole body integration.
You're eating well, but the scale isn't budging. Here are a few tips to clean up your already healthy diet.
Here’s a fundamental question to ask when you’re trying to improve your results, but aren’t sure where you should focus your efforts.
Female athletes often feel pressure from sponsors to market their sexuality online. It's time to change the cultural landscape of self-objectification.
Lifting weights is cool, but turning nails into a heap of useless metal at your feet is badass.
Planks don't have to be static. This classic exercise gets an upgrade with these six creative options.
There is so much more to it. Here are five lessons I’ve learned during my four years of working as a physical therapist.
If you want serious performance, the pain cave has to become territory that you can dominate, not simply navigate.