After completing a fourteen-kilometer run, subjects who took carnitine fared much better than those who did not.
Drinking a ton of water and saving your weight cut for the last day is actually better than gradual dehydrating. In this case, slow and steady does not win the race.
The human flag not only looks impressive, but is a serious feat of strength and ability.
This week's picks are all about the valuable lessons learned by athletes and coaches. And thank goodness they're sharing with us.
Aside from a minor back strain, I'm feeling confident and ready for the New York Open this weekend.
There are times when savvy marketing sounds pretty enticing. But under the surface some things stink like a dead rodent.
You are your body on a “good” day and on a “bad” day. What many of us women don’t realize is that we get to define what constitutes good and bad.
Nick Tumminello's new book is a helpful resource for new lifters and experienced coaches alike.
To be successful in lifting, you have to use the greatest amount of intensity that you can sustain long-term.
Sometimes, it's worth taking a step back and admiring the beauty of the sports we participate in.
Going downhill quickly and safely requires good balance and cycle-handling skills that can be practiced and honed to improve.
You think the only Brazilian sports worth mentioning are fútbol or beach volleyball? Jorge Califrer is pioneering the sport of weightlifting in Brazil.
I see so many trainers worry about two specific issues constantly, and then wonder why they’re not successful.
A new study found the flavonol quercetin has several benefits, particularly when combined with exercise.
Vegetables just aren't as healthy when you drown them in chemically-filled dressings. Here are two tasty, healthy alternatives.
Yoga and mindfulness practices at a young age can benefit youth behavior, focus, attention span, and embodiment.
How do you know if you are experiencing PFS (runner's knee), as opposed to the normal aches and pains you feel after a hard run?
For the most part, none of us are perfectly average. We need to design programs that are more individually focused.
For years I always thought wanting to do more and move forward was always a good thing. But on the inside, I was pushing myself down.
I’m going to present you with three typical scenarios from the fitness industry. If you recognize yourself in this article, maybe it's time to be a bit more respectful.