Strength & Conditioning

Bigger Is Not Better: How Bodyweight and Size Affect Field Sports

When it comes to field sports, it seems relative strength is more important than big muscles.

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Unilateral Leg Training, Part 3: 7 Key Practical Strategies

Most people undermine the power of single-leg training. In the following I share seven key strategies that will help you make the most of it.

Want to Get Stronger? Here's a Year of Free Strongman Workouts

Whether you want to train for a strongman event or get better at flipping tires and throwing stones, you can easily do so with these workouts.

5 Tips for Achieving Your Goal Physique

If you’re not satisfied with your body, be honest and ask yourself, “Have I truly taken the proper steps to achieve my goal?” If not, follow these tips.

Everything You Need to Know to Do a Perfect Pistol

Pistols are valuable for proprioception, which means anyone who runs, works, or moves around on an uneven surface will benefit from training them.

Curls Get the Girls: How to Build a Better Arm Workout

Despite what the anti-bodybuilding crowd says, isolated arm training can be functional, too. Here's how to do it the right way.

Unstable Surface Training Is Only for the Injured or Deconditioned

A new study suggests if you're going to use stability balls for the bench press, you should ditch the barbell in favor of dumbbells.

Finding Your Ideal Weight: How Getting Leaner Kills Performance

I've been concerned about my weight for three decades. And I have learned everyone has a weight that is right for him or her.

Unilateral Leg Training, Part 2: Challenging the Overreaction

I encourage everyone to analyze the true contribution of a new trend to your training before committing to long-term implementation.

Personal Trainers: To Hire One or Not to Hire One?

You probably already know the answer to that question, but it's nice to be affirmed every now and then.

An Unlimited Number of Strength Training Workouts

Using a combination of the variables within this matrix chart offers an unlimited number of potential workouts based on your goals.

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