competitive sports

Find a coach, step into the weight room, and fuel your body to become an even better athlete than you were before your injury.
Training is a necessary stressor to create a need for improvement or adaptation.
CrossFit affiliates have been at the forefront of the explosion in indie gyms around the world. Are they in for shock or awe? Maybe both?
Top officials are well into retirement age while the generation that should be replacing them is often missing in action.
Improving weaknesses in particular areas and gaining better neuromuscular balance and control should be the goal of training.
Youth training is full of flash and gimmicks. Selecting the right trainer can make or break your young athlete's career.
The benefits of catching the bar in Olympic weightlifting are not emphasized nearly enough for the value they can bring to athletes in other disciplines.
Fitness competitions are a reality that gym owners will have to contend with for years.
A comprehensive 30-day workout, diet, and recovery plan for athletes who want to compete in obstacle course racing.
If even small changes can reduce the risk of injuries, sports organizations should consider them.
Whether a movement can be called functional depends on the needs of the individual.
Recent evidence suggests that elite athletes tend to have faster, more efficient brains than non-athletes.
If you want to keep healthy joints through your training, address the body you're bringing to the box.
With the growing mentality that “strong is sexy,” more women are venturing to the weight room.
“If it is hard, then it is good for them” is the recipe for a tough team that is weak and slow. We are smarter than that.
If you are an athlete, you are your own brand - and social media is your main asset.
If we want a guidepost for the often turbulent world of sports, we can go to some of the greatest coaches of modern society. Here are five of their lessons.