Let’s take a top-down approach to what separates the top twenty from the rest of the 85,400 who thought they had a shot.
The Marc Pro Plus may seem like it jumped off the back pages of a 1990s muscle magazine, but its effects are real.
It may seem crazy, but there is a documented relationship between TMJ disorder and posture - check this out.
Whether you are stuck at work or just got home from a long day, these movements are a great addition to your daily agenda to help keep you active and strong.
The problem with Facebook, and the Internet at large, is that soundbites like memes become widespread and accepted as truth.
Strength training veteran Charles Staley is here to answer our readers' questions about life and lifting.
Loss of hormones as we age can certainly put a damper on your athletic dreams. But the situation is not out of your control.
It is easy to point out fault in an athlete's technique, but coaching that person toward better skills is all about communication.
Programming for yourself isn’t necessarily easy, but it’s not rocket science either. Here's my advice.
You don’t need a yoga mat to turn the corners of your mouth up or to take a deep breath. It’s something we can do anywhere, anytime.
Almost any athlete can get sponsored, and I do not just mean I can help you get a free t-shirt.
There has been a sharp rise in carbohydrate powder production in the supplement industry, but the story is more about profit than performance.
The human body is a remarkable complex machine. which is something that a simple image could never fully capture.
Human balance is a strange thing. Here's some perspective from science and MovNat.
To make your best progress with your physical goals, all you may need is a shift in how you view your training sessions.
Nothing will build your deadlift more than simply deadlifting, but these five exercises can help give you a boost and stay injury-free.
Plyometrics can enhance explosiveness, power, and body control. Here's how to maximize effectiveness and safety.
These sled-based exercises can be mixed up in countless ways to strengthen your hips from all angles.
A new study shows eccentric-only training might be the key to hitting your biggest numbers.
We are often commanded to “stop slouching” and understand this to be a bad habit. But do you know why?
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