I spent all week preparing for a heavy snatch session on Saturday, and was pleased with the results.
What it is about these two states that makes them so fit, healthy, and active? Here's what I see makes the difference.
A recent article addressed this topic by comparing tennis players who began playing as children or young adults.
To maintain your movements and conditioning, what you do on days you are not grappling is critical to your success in BJJ.
When repetitive stress is combined with poor stability, mobility, or movement patterns, then athletes are likely to breakdown.
Strength training is a monotonous activity most of the time. Sometimes you just get tired of the exercises you’ve been doing.
It was the ultimate squat face off, but I think the results of this new study need further questioning.
In this video, Ben goes through three progressive, rotational movements to use with older clients.
What does chocolate have to do with the most important fitness articles of the week? Read on to find out!
I'm starting to learn how to achieve balance in my training, and it's a great feeling.
Here's a hint: think shorter and high effort, as opposed to longer and less effort
The best way to improve a child's diet is to take it slow and make it fun. Here are three steps to get you started.
Granola lovers, pay attention! Ladera is the next best thing to homemade granola. In fact, it might be as good, if not better.
This week I found a way to work around my cranky shoulder during the bench press.
The fearlessness of these athletes is one thing. Their precision is something else entirely.
The cessation of strength training can result in losing the hard-fought gains in strength and power obtained during the offseason.
Your joints are achier, muscles tighter, and injuries more frequent. The thought creeps into your mind, "It's not that I can't, but should I?"
If I told you to go find a good fitness app, how would you go about choosing? It can be overwhelming, so here are my top five to get you started.
Carbs aren’t the devil and there is no need to avoid them. They might even make you faster.
A new study examined the effects of strength training and cardio on metabolic disorder risk.
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