Trainers & Coaches
A Living Bandage: Using Stem Cells To Speed Healing
This not only promises a bright future for joint injuries, but may lead to breakthroughs in the treatment of severe burns, organ damage, and the list goes on.
The Importance of Sleep for Weightlifters and Other Athletes
Since we spend roughly a third of our lives asleep, I think it is important that we understand this process more, especially with regard to recovery from physical exercise.
How to Build Up to the Front Lever
If you want strong lats and phenomenal core strength, then the front lever is an exercise for you.
The Top 5 Exercises to Strengthen Your Neck
Balance and locomotion, lower risk of injury, and quality of breathing - possessing a strong neck has an upside for anyone.
Better Sleep, Better Sex
Women undergoing menopause are the hardest hit by increased problems with sleep and sex.
How to Train the Hamstrings for Explosive Speed
A precise balance of work in the gym will produce an athlete who can out-accelerate the competition.
Gethin Rhys James
Food Scares: Dealing With The Deluge
This system may prevent disruption of our food chain, and protect consumers from contamination.
CrossFit Open 2017: Beating the Odds on WOD 17.4
Handstand pushups will be the deciding factor in this one.
In Movement Context Is Everything
The way your body works has a lot to do with the environment you place it in.
Protect Your Children From Ad-triggered Cravings
Fast food ads hit obesity-prone children harder.
Conditioning That Won't Kill Your Gains
What makes the concentric movement less effective in building muscle and strength is the same thing that makes it great as a conditioning tool.
Is Vitamin D Causing Your Headache?
Spending a bit more time in the sunlight can do wonders for the pounding in your head.
The Time Crunch Kettlebell Circuit
This is a great option for those busy days when you can barely squeeze in any training.
The Primacy of Unilateral Training for Athletes
The correct recruitment of the smaller muscle groups is typically much greater in single leg movements, compared to its dual-legged counterpart.
Parenting Strategies for Healthier Kids
The best education system in the world can't do anything if parents aren't holding up their end of the deal at home.
Fish Oil, the Respiratory Tract, Wheezing and Asthma
Polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy reduced the absolute risk of persistent wheeze or asthma and infections of the lower respiratory tract in offspring.
What to Know Before You Can Lose Weight
Without an objective plan and a good sense of what hunger means, things will fall apart.
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