10 Deal Breakers That May Be Sabotaging Your Fitness Goals

You have a relationship with your health and fitness. But have you been throwing up red flags and deal breakers when it comes to your success? Here are ten you might be guilty of.

Product Review: Reebok Checklight

There's a general concensus that parents, coaches, and athletes need to be more conscious about brain health, and the Reebok Checklight helps you do just that.

2 Flexibility Drills: The Keys to Progressing Your Pistol

Flexibility is the factor that holds most people back from doing a pistol. Here are two great approaches to build that flexibility.

The Armor Building Kettlebell Complex and 4 Other Beastly Strength Builders

A fellow in great distress came to me through email and inquired as to which of my kettlebell complexes are best for the accruement of strength.

Regain and Build Your Original Strength Through Crawling

The movement of crawling is being touted as a rehabilitative, restorative, and even a performance-enhancing movement. It would even be hysterical, if it weren't for the fact that is completely true.

Study Sheds Light on the Best Indicators of Fatigue in Baseball Pitchers

Knowing when an athlete has reached his or her limit is a key element of coaching. A new study examined the best ways to determine fatigue in baseball pitchers.

Product Review: Ozeri Touch Digital Bath Scale

I recently replaced my old scale with the new Ozeri Touch, and found it to be reliable, affordable, and even attractive.

Video: Ben Musholt - 3 Dive Bomber Push Up Variations

In this video, Ben demonstrates three variations of the classic dive bomber push up: a wall-plank dive bomber, a renegade row dive bomber, and a BOSU ball dive bomber.

Sunday Seven: The Week's 7 Most Popular Articles, Vol. 101

Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: transgender athletes, rest time between sets, and more!

What's Inside a Muay Thai Fighter's Gym Bag? The 10 Must-Have Items

If you’ve ever been to a muay Thai gym, you may have wondered why everyone has such huge gym bags with them. Today, I will expose the long list of mysteries that lurk inside this bag.

Athlete Journal: Jess Papi, Entry 24 - 3/15/2014

This was a week of ups and downs, but stepping back now, I realize the little negative things that happened were nothing in light of all the good things going on in my life.

Training Activities for Athletes: The Logical Steps to Determine Their Value, Part 2

Let’s apply our deductive reasoning to strength training and conditioning protocols specifically. Here’s what you need to know to know if a protocol is worth your time and energy:

7 Ways to Spot Signs of Overtraining and Stop It From Happening to You

To avoid the perils and pitfalls of overtraining, we need to understand it. This collection of seven articles and videos will help you keep overtraining at bay.

Book Review: "Why Fascia Matters" by Brooke Thomas

"Why Fascia Matters" is a thorough but accessible guide to the importance of fascia. And it's free, so there's no excuse to be in the dark any more about this important topic.

Athlete Journal: Charles Staley, Entry 81 - On the Upswing

I’ve managed much better accumulation of volume this week, and not at the expense of intensity either. I’m happy with everything I’m doing and looking to continue the current trend.

Friday Flicks: Eric Lilliebridge and Family - The Bonds That Hold

What makes Eric Lilliebridge such a good powerlifter? He is the world record holder in the squat at 275 pounds at only 23 years of age. Many would say his family are the source of his strength.

Book Review: "OMG That's Paleo?" by Juli Bauer

"OMG That's Paleo?" is not only full of simple, straightforward recipes, but it's also an entertaining read that expresses Juli's passion and sense of humor.

The Triathlon Show: New Equipment and Hot Trends

Every March as the weather begins to change, I seek out some inspiration and see what is new. Here are a few highlights from my adventure at this year’s Triathlon Show:

Paleo Acorn Squash Lasagna (Recipe)

After many years of practicing and many moments of saying, “What the heck” (in cooking and in life), I’ve discovered that playing in the kitchen can be the most fun.

Because We Can: Why We All Need to Run

I’m a big believer in doing what we are born to do. Some people are built to be really strong, or fast, or go for long periods of time. But we are all built to run.