The Sweet Spot Between Consistency and Intensity (Athlete Journal 102)

My orthopedic health is holding up great, and I had another productive week of training.

Rich Froning - 2014 CrossFit Games Champion (Video)

Up until the last day, a Froning win was anything but a certainty. What makes him a champion, time and again?

Using Youth Psychology to Your Advantage

Teach children weightlifting while they are in their early fearless stage and you will watch them become quickly accustomed to the lifts.

Success Strategies for Racing in the Heat

People often have a nutrition and pacing plan, but not a plan for dealing with heat. Heat has an impact not only on racing, but on nutrition and hydration.

How I Trained My 70-Year-Old Mom to a National Deadlift Title

My seventy-year-old client is quite special. She is also my mother and longest serving client, having been trained by me for more than twenty years now.

Keep Grunting Because It Works for Everyone

A new study suggests grunting in tennis and other sports may do more than distract your opponent.

WellnessFX Performance Blood Test (Product Review)

WellnessFX allows you to get information on many health indicators without having to pay physician fees.

The Best No-Equipment Upper Body Exercises For Children

Here are some ideas for combining exercises to create safe, effective upper body workouts for kids.

How Warming Up the Right Way Can Still Go Wrong

First, I’m going to tell you how a warm up should go. Then, I’m going to discuss all the factors you aren't considering that might have you get injured.

Can You Look Like a Bodybuilder by Doing CrossFit?

Most believe you can only train for aesthetics or strength discretely. Not true. For those of you who want to look good and perform like an athlete - here's how.

Squat Therapy: 4 Drills for a Better Squat

Trying to improve your basic squat? Trouble keeping your chest up or opening your hips? These drills can help you develop great squat form.

Altitude Training and Baking Soda: A Winning Combo?

Many athletes use altitude training or baking soda to improve performance. But what happens when you combine the two?

Diet Is a Slippery Slope (Athlete Journal 31)

This week was all about ramping up my training and cleaning up my diet. My next big tournament is just around the corner.

Jiu-Jitsu Journal (Product Review)

Looking for a tool to help you juggle BJJ training, competition, and life? Look no further than this little book.

The Whole Truth About Soy Lecithin

Since soy’s health claims seem to be unsubstantiated, should we avoid anything that says it contains soy lecithin?

4 Pro Tips for Ironman Swimming Success

Here are four things you can work on in preparation for your event. Even if you're short on time, these could make the difference in your success.

Why All Coaches Need Courage

Personal trainers may not need to run into burning buildings or work in a combat zone, but working with clients requires a certain kind of courage.

Hey CrossFit: You Created the Culture, So Own It

Cry, bleed, vomit, but don’t stop. And, yes, if you find the idea of breaking your neck a problem, we don’t care to associate with your kind.

Capturing the Zone - David Paterson (Featured Photographer)

From a young age, David Paterson has been intrigued with photography's ability to capture the peak of performance.

The Distinct and Spicy Benefits of Capsaicin

Do you know the chemistry of capsaicin, its involvement in gene activation and calorie burning, and how it can actually make you feel full?

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