The Art of Selling Fitness Without Being Sleazy

Fitness entrepreneurs - your sales need to support yourself before you can truly help as many people as possible.

The Role of Aerobic Exercise and Diet in Weight Loss

A new study reviewed the research to find the best ways to lose weight and keep it off.

Coaching Young Athletes Through Sensitive Periods

The term “sensitive period” refers to a certain age or period in a child’s life in which they are more receptive to some types of learning than others.

Want a Bigger Jerk? It's All About the 2-Phase Dip

These two phases may not be distinct to the onlooker, but they are as far as the muscles are concerned.

5 Simple Ways to Avoid GMO Foods

Just because you're buying your food at a farmer's market or health-food store, doesn't mean you're avoiding GMOs.

Heart Rate Variability: The New Science of Recovery

Heart rate variability is a strong indicator of your ability to function well in an upcoming workout.

3 Deadly Sins of the One-Armed Kettlebell Swing

If you are serious about using kettlebells, then it’s best to learn the right way from the beginning.

How to Save Money on Endurance Events, Gear, and Coaching

This article is for the 30% of triathletes who are students, blue-collar workers, and government or military workers.

Gold at the New York Pro (Athlete Journal 42)

After winning gold last weekend, I’m feeling pretty confident as I get ready to head out to Masters Worlds this week.

Don't Count Calories to Lose Weight: The Body Fat Set Point Theory

We are told that 3,500 calories equals a pound of fat. I combed the research for this and got “No items found.”

Groundswell Grappling Concepts Rashguard (Product Review)

This rashguard remained light and comfortable even in the most disgusting, sweaty rolls.

A Weightlifting Etiquette Handbook for CrossFitters

Just because we may have pumped a little life into weightlifting, doesn’t mean we get to trample on its traditions.

5 Steps to Safely Train Around Lower Back Pain

These tips will have you maintaining your hard-earned muscle armor while letting your lower back recover.

Body Composition and Bone Density Trends in Distance Runners

A new study shed light on the role of muscle size in running performance and bone quality.

Backbends 101 (Yoga Teacher Training Journal 3)

When done correctly, backbends are a great tool to unwind from a day of desk work. Here's the yoga perspective.

5 Outstanding People I've Met Thanks to BJJ

Over the years I have met many people who have become longstanding friends, teachers, confidantes, and business partners.

How to Develop a Strong Coach-Weightlifter Relationship

Only those who have undergone the competitive experience can efficiently master the role of a coach.

A Desk Based Yoga Flow for Office Workers (Video)

Taking a quick break to follow along with the video will get you moving, stretched, and reenergized.

You're Not Actually Strong Enough to Bench

In order to prevent a nasty shoulder injury and to increase your weight on the bar, you need to have shoulder stability and mobility first.

Anaerobic Capacity Essential for High-Level Boxers

A new study underlined need for acid buffering capacity and tolerance of acidosis in elite boxers.

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