The overhead press is starting to regain popularity for a good reason - it is the perfect way to build upper body stability and strength.
Keeping an eye out for this particular knee pain common to youth athletes is critical for both parents and coaches.
For a long-term approach, we need plenty of protein and adequate vitamins and minerals. Other things come after that.
Sometimes when I look at the interactions in the fitness world, everyone turns into monkeys squabbling over bananas.
Forget the gym - all you need for the perfect workout is your body, space to move, and something to carry.
Strength training veteran Charles Staley is here to answer our readers' questions about life and lifting.
After seventeen years of training BJJ, my attitude towards grappling with differently ranked partners has changed.
Openness about depression is uncommon - especially among professional athletes - but we need to start the conversation.
Just because you're over forty doesn't mean you can't still train hard. But you will need to make a few adjustments.
Competition can be ugly during early childhood. How can parents of young children get them started on the right foot?
Lack of core strength and hip stability can be debilitating to runners - don't let this happen to you.
Dieting for a competition requires planning and discipline, but make sure that these important nutritional elements aren't doing you more harm than good.
A journey to big PRs isn't about the perfect program or expensive equipment - it's about consistency and effort.
There are specific patterns to fighting that cross cultural boundaries. Familiarizing yourself with your natural reactions can help.
Fascial knots are a common performance inhibitor, but this crawl might be what you need to rediscover your movement potential.
No need for crazy workouts - all it takes is a positive attitude and some minimal equipment to build strength that will last you a lifetime.
Twelve reader favorites from the past week and from the archives, curated to save you time and bring you happiness.
To reduce low back pain, give your piriformis some attention with stretching and myofascial release.
A study shows that hydraulic resistance training can provide the most bang-for-your-buck caloric expediture during an exercise session.
It’s much more fun to hit than get hit, but learning how to take a punch is vital to your success as a martial artist.
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