We've gone over counters to the cross and the jab. This week we go into detail on three different counters to the hook.
This week I had a training seminar with Phil Migliarese of Balance Studies in Philadelphia. It was a great experience and I learned a lot of new moves to bring to the mat.
Can similar exercises and drills can transfer to specific sport skills and be effective? Or is the time better spent on exact replication of skills plus general strength?
Why is vitamin D important and where do we get it from? Here are six articles to enlighten you about this incredible vitamin.
Neogenis BeetElite NeoShot uses the power of beets to boost NO levels. If you don't get a lot of leafy greens and beets in your diet, this one's for you.
I’m making gradual progress week by week, although I’m not feeling especially strong lately. I’ve also been pondering the idea of including a bit of mobility work in my training.
This week's video is proof that you don't need a fancy gym (or, in fact, any gym at all) to be able to work out at the highest level.
It is definitely to the benefit of those serious about pursuing a career as an athlete to develop some sort of daily schedule to minimize disruptions.
It's important we eat enough fruits and veggies. Here are the reasons why, and here are some of the best (and tastiest!) ways to get them in every day.
Surprising research shows longer races might be safer and less damaging to athletes.
While you're spending years perfecting your snatch, I'm busy getting fit and having fun. Drop the high-level stuff and actually get in shape.
Burpees, wall balls, double unders, handstand push ups - what makes CrossFitters do what they do? A new study takes a look at what motivates the CrossFit athlete.
Karl Buchholtz is inspired by the grace of swimming and the grunge of CrossFit. Capturing these dynamics on camera is his talent, as you can see in this gallery of images.
Here is an analysis of the current world records across all age categories. I wanted to see how consistent percentages of snatch to clean and jerk were across weight and sex categories.
This week's session focused on overhead mobility, which I find is one of the toughest positions for strength athletes to achieve.
A few years ago I made a big mistake. I got a lot of attention, but at a big expense. And it was the Incredible Hulk Sean Waxman who helped set me straight.
Part of my job as a weightlifting coach is to simplify the complexities of the sport, and provide you with a framework of concepts from which you can hang your lifts and experiences.
One day of rest between plyometric sessions is pretty standard advice. However, a new study suggests that for experienced athletes, it may not make a difference.
The snatch pull, or extension, from blocks above the knee is an exercise used to reinforce the mechanics of the second pull.
Not only is it named for my favorite dog breed, but the Gameness Top Dog rashguard is also comfortable, high-quality, and pretty cute.
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