Training

What are the best athletes doing that you're not? Why are they so successful and you're slowly making progress? Here are four keys to success based on what the best athletes are already doing.
Training is like farming. You do all these things today that you can’t see producing a result in the hope of a future payoff. The best muscle you can develop for success? Your patience.
When did fitness get so complicated? And have we even gotten it right, or have we just messed it up beyond repair? What if fitness looked like when we were kids, when we played in community settings?
Krista is a nutrition, health, and fitness coach with a doctorate in women’s studies. She's run the gamut training-wise herself and has some (sassy) advice about what it is to get fit and healthy.
Over the years I've learned to filter what I read about fitness - filter out programs not for me, filter out advertisements for supplements, and get to the nuggets of real truth and success.
One of the questions a coach deals with regularly is, "What should be in my gym bag?" In this video we go over the gym bag essentials you might not have thought of.
In this week's Dear Coach question a reader who trains martial arts wants to know how he can look more like a UFC fighter. Is it about the supplements, or is it about the food and training?
What is the Functional Movement Screen? Why should athletes of all levels get it done? Learn more about this simple method of analyzing movement being used by more and more coaches.
Which method is best for gaining strength and building hypertrophy - linear or nonlinear periodization? New research examines 20 men and 4 lifts over the course of 12 weeks to determine the answer.
Having a sport as a passion can be captivating and rewarding. But there are costs to consider - time, money, relationships, and our own mental health. What are the hidden costs of training?
Training the competitive athlete requires different things than training the average fitness clientele. Zach Even-Esh details how he trains his wrestling and football teams.
Until fairly recently, "More is better" was my training mantra. But low-grade injuries and a thyroid-adrenal meltdown forced me to reconsider. Here are 5 ways I balance work, rest, and play.
How often do you just accept the status quo instead of pushing for something better? In jiu jitsu, as in life, sometimes we need to insist on our game.
Whatever your workout needs and desires - we've got your answers right here! Free workouts from the pros. Yoga, bodyweight workouts, CrossFit, martial arts, the list is endless!
Is your effort to be 100% "healthy" actually MORE unhealthy for you in the long run? Find out why being more relaxed and shunning a little "health" can actually be better for you.
Jon Goodman of the Personal Trainer Development Center gives 5 simple steps to hack your gym workout - workout more efficiently and get better results than anyone else you know.
Injury is a fact of the grappler's life. But how should we handle it if WE are the reason a training partner gets injured?