9-Year-Old Skateboarder Lands a 540 (Video)

We love the raw excitement nine-year-old Sabre displays when she finally nails this trick - on her 75th attempt.

Nitric Oxide Supplementation for Increased Endurance

Increasing NO in your food intake will increase blood flow and oxygen to the skeletal muscles, which then increases strength and endurance.

The Best Exercises for Firefighters

If you want a long healthy career as a firefighter, do movements that matter, the ones that will keep you alive longer.

What Makes a Great Weightlifting Gym?

Great bars and bumpers are a given. But what other factors should be considered when opening your own weightlifting gym?

5 Bodybuilding Practices That Can Help Anyone Build Muscle

New research provided some valuable insights into building muscle naturally, whether you are a bodybuilder or not.

You're Not Ronnie Coleman - Don't Be Afraid to Tweak

It doesn’t matter if Ronnie Coleman works his legs for two hours. You’re not him, and that's okay.

Vipassana: 8-Week Meditation Challenge #5

The first time I tried vipassana meditation I thought, "Oh goodness, this can't be it!" But now it brings my deepest and most profound sits.

A Brief History of Humor in Weightlifting

Recently, I came across a joke specific to our sport that will get a nervous laugh, especially for those of masters age.

Lessons From a Modern Strongman: Dave "Iron Tamer" Whitley

Dave's upcoming book is on the bent press, an old technique which allows more weight overhead than most every other movement.

Tennis Elbow: What Is It, Do You Have It, and How Do You Treat It?

As an orthopedic surgeon, I have been treating this problem with greater frequency, especially in the cross-training and CrossFit athletic communities.

What If We Thought About Movement Like Nutrition?

First, we will talk about frequency. Second, we will discuss quality. We will wrap things up by discussing strategies.

More Protein Doesn't Make a Difference

In a new study, researchers found a dramatic increase in protein intake didn't have much of an effect.

Another Staph Infection Bites the Dust (Athlete Journal 21)

A staph infection derailed my training this week, but I managed to catch it early and keep up with my training schedule.

How Stress Makes You Crave Food and Store Fat

When we are stressed we actually need more nutrients. So why would we crave something that is lacking nutrients?

Real Yogis Use Props (And You Should, Too)

I cannot count the number of times I have gotten blocks for a student who was struggling to touch the floor - and he or she refused to use them.

7 Things I've Learned About BJJ From Joe Rogan

Recently, I’ve enjoyed hearing Joe talk about strength and conditioning for jiu jitsu, learning new techniques, and training while injured.

Is CrossFit's Definition of Fitness Flawed?

Are we truly crowned the Fittest on Earth or do we merely have the winner of a contest with a bunch of arbitrary variables?

What the Hollywood Stars Know About Fitness That You Don't

Hollywood know something about fitness that many of us don't practice, despite seeking similar goals.

HMB + ATP = More Strength and Less Overtraining

A new study examined the use of HMB and ATP supplements, with promising results.

What Male Athletes Need to Know About Testosterone

Today, we examine a few studies that may pique your interest in how certain movements can peak your testosterone more than others.