I generally don’t advise against the use of artificial sweeteners, and this is why.
Take this fitness personality test to find the right path to fitness for you.
In my experience of training this special population, certain considerations must be taken into account in the weight room.
This recovery method is elegantly simple to practice, requires little space and no special equipment.
If you're serious about a career in the military, you need to be serious about strength and injury prevention.
Today we're featuring three of the strong women we've talked to on Breaking Muscle Radio.
Back-to-school isn't just hard on the kids. These recipes will help us adults deal with the changes to our routines.
Swimming doesn't just have to do with strength and these recommendations will help before you go diving in.
Stop acute trauma from causing acute injury by identifying and fixing your movement patterns.
Fighters need to be ready for different amounts of effort at any moment. Mike Perry trains his athletes for that purpose.
Handstands are doable, but not easy - the only way you’ll get better at them is to keep trying.
Don't let a bad ump ruin your game. Instead, use respect and communication to your advantage.
Getting a bigger bench doesn’t have to mean giving up your Monday evening bro sessions or your Friday evening pump day.
Are you going to the gym to build strength, look better, or hit on your latest crush? Charles has some insight into all three.
A lot has changed since I first competed in the CrossFit Games. These days, a good coach is a must.
Here are some actionable tips you can put into practice right now to combat neck and shoulder pain.
What if I told you a daily investment of five to ten minutes could dramatically increase your ability to go in the gym?
Pre-packaged drinks and gels have many convenience features, but it is quite easy and less expensive to make your own.
Finding the sweet spot between force output and velocity will result in a great potential for muscle gain and performance.
Being the best coach you can be means tailoring your approach depending on how each of your students learn.