"Beast Tamer" is full of progressions and information for athletes and coaches. Regardless of your fitness level, this book is well worth a space on any strength enthusiast’s bookshelf.
Recently, I decided it was time for a break up with my beloved barbell. Instead, I went on a strength-building fling with strongman training, and here are the four reasons why.
There is a direct correlation between poor form and posture and increased injury rates. So, follow along below to fix your issues before they become a serious problem.
Despite the fact that early childhood is prime time for physical play, new research suggests modern children are losing the desire to play. Why is this happening and what are some solutions?
Sun exposure is one way to get vitamin D, but is it the best way? A new study suggests you might need to supplement even if you spend a lot of time outdoors in natural sunlight.
How does participation in college athletics affect body composition in women? A recent study compared body composition in collegiate female athletes across five different sports.
Recently I had my first experience with restorative yoga. I don’t think I’ve ever tried an exercise class where my body was less challenged and my mind more challenged.
B12 injections are purported to enhance mood, increase energy levels, and enhance fat loss. But, do they really work? Here's the skinny on why you might need them and how much to take.
While some jiu jitsu tournaments are more organized than others, for every competitor it is important to enter a tournament fully prepared both mentally and physically. Here are the biggest mistakes.
So your gym owner doesn’t believe in the importance of Olympic lifting or plyo boxes. Don’t worry there are still great ways to build explosiveness using bodyweight and things every gym has available.
Creatine monohydrate is well known as a beneficial supplement, but there are other forms of creatine available. A new study suggests PEG creatine improves performance even if you don't exercise.
Your butt - a.k.a. tush, ass, pooper, derriere, caboose, unit, booty, moneymaker, hiney, bum, arse, and fanny. We all have one, so how can you care for it and develop it?
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: women's weight lifting myths, bodybuilding, CrossFit, yoga, and more!
The muay Thai roundhouse kick is one of the most powerful a person can deliver. Unlike kicks from other arts that rely on the quads to produce power, this kick utilizes the entire body.
This week, in part seven of my series on the ins and outs of vitamins, we will look at the cosmetically added ingredient in many hair and nail products known as vitamin B7 or biotin.
Mental imagery can be a powerful tool for achieving your goals. Here are six lessons on improving your performance through visualization.
Straps are just about the most foundational piece of gym equipment you can find. If you're looking for a product that will help you move a lot of weight, Haulin' Hooks are the best I've tried.
I’ve been feeling a bit under-recovered this week, so my volume was lower than normal. Despite that, I nearly hit a 340lb high bar squat, and my bench program is going well also.
This week, watch iconic Olympic weightlifting coach Mike Burgener explain how Mike's Gym was born, in a clip from Greg Everett's upcoming feature-length documentary, American Weightlifting.
You can't determine if your nutrition and training are on track if you're not measuring important numbers. Here's what you need to measure and three workouts to try, too.
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