strength and conditioning

Lifters with physical limitations and mobility issues will often find discomfort, pain, and soreness in the wrist area during and after a lifting session.
If you have the space, and it doesn’t take much, a home gym can be a worthwhile investment.
A new study published ahead of print indicates that there may be an advantage to using multiple bars for submaximal and maximal effort deadlifting.
A recent study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research revealed traditional methods of training endurance may not be the best for teenage athletes.
Kettlebells are often used in training by recreational athletes, elite athletes, and sports professionals. New research looked at the actual effectiveness of kettlebell training.
Rowing for sport is becoming more popular worldwide. Whether rowing on water or on an indoor ergometer, rowing is an extremely demanding endurance sport.
Exercise is a good thing, right? Well, like all things, exercise is good in moderation.
Fencing is a classic art, part of our history since the Middle Ages.
If you are looking for an affordable barbell for women or beginners, the Bella Bar by Rogue Fitness will make a nice addition to your garage gym.
Strength and conditioning programming for older athletes is a growing interest area in research and practice.
A recent case study examined back squatting using two different chain techniques. Researchers compared linear and double looped hung supplemental heavy chain resistance to the back squat mechanics.
Snowboarding has become an exceedingly popular extreme sport in the last 20 years. For most snowboarders, training in the off season and working out in a gym can be an uncommon practice.
Recent research compared agility, body composition, power, and strength of NCAA Division-I (D-I) and Division-III (D-III) female athletes.