Strength & Conditioning

Working out gets tough as you get older. But it’s probably not for the reasons you’d think.
Corrective exercise is all the rage in fitness today, but how does it best apply to individual programming?
The landmine in your gym may be collecting dust, but these movements will add valuable variety to anyone's routine.
You will recognize all ten of these workouts, but which one is the most effective use of time in the gym?
What I love about squats is their versatility. There's a squat for every almost occasion and purpose.
This article will guide you through the decision-making process so you come out with the best bar for your needs.
The biceps curl may seem like a simple exercise, but it is still important to maintain good form to prevent unnecessary pain and injury.
Time and time again, people are looking for a quick fix when it comes to fitness, but sometimes the simplest solutions are also the hardest.
The bridge has a high EMG activity, so it should teach our glutes to work when we perform the squat. Why doesn’t this happen?
Getting older doesn't have to equal getting weaker.
These challenges aren't just for fun. They will force you to dig deep and create lasting change.
This is how to keep moving for decades to come, not get type 2 diabetes, and not die of pneumonia after falling and breaking a hip at 85.
For those of you looking to drop a few pounds, let us look at what the science says.
Some of these goals might take years to accomplish. But using them as long-term aims can be great for training motivation.
There is a lot of talk about the posterior chain of strength and stability, but for most people, weakness begins in the lateral chain.
Ditch the barbells and dumbbells for a few workouts to experience the unique challenges and benefits of sandbag training.
Here are three corrections all lifters can make to see immediate improvements.
Nothing worth having comes easy. To enjoy the benefits of lifting, you need to put in the work first.