There is no sport or training modality that combines the physical and mental challenges of MMA.
You can't beat a fighter's workout for a lean, strong upper body.
No exercise increases muscle size and power, shreds fat, and increases your cardiovascular capacity as well as sprinting.
Real world capability trumps gym strength every time.
Coaches are inundated with cool-looking, “sport-specific” exercises. But simplicity is the key to progress.
“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.
Do this two or three times per week, and you'll be faster and fitter within a month
If improving multiple skills simultaneously is an issue you struggle with, try these strategies.
The argument of HIIT versus LSD has been waged for the previous century, but it finally seems things are heading in a positive direction.
Training this way will help you get past being a "first round hero" and give you energy in later rounds.
Fighters need to be ready for different amounts of effort at any moment. Mike Perry trains his athletes for that purpose.
Are you going to the gym to build strength, look better, or hit on your latest crush? Charles has some insight into all three.
This week, Charles provides valuable insight into training motivation, shoulder growth, and exercise science.
Get ready to push yourself to get big and strong like Bobby Maximus with these classic workouts.
Try these nutritional strategies to keep yourself in check when pushing the limits in your training.
Getting the best results isn't about going to the extreme.
These total-body circuits are a challenging test of strength and endurance to add to your training.