Strength & Conditioning

Suspension for Shoulder Stability? This Study Doesn't Think So

Redcord slings didn't work for shoulder stabilization, but they still provided a good workout.

Use Exercise Order, Rest Intervals, and Cardio for Hypertrophy

A new study found significant overlap between these three factors and muscle growth.

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.

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