conditioning

Let’s apply our deductive reasoning to strength training and conditioning protocols specifically. Here’s what you need to know to know if a protocol is worth your time and energy:
What is the best balance between technical training and conditioning? To what extent do judo-specific exercises also develop fitness? What rest and recovery requirements does judo training impose?
I want to share with you a metabolic conditioning protocol that I call "TSC Circuits." TSC stands for Throw-Sprint-Carry, and these are the three main components of each metabolic circuit workout.
What does that mean? That means you can't do highly technical stuff for long without getting fatigued and injured.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: pull ups, the athlete's manifesto, the adrenal system, and more!
It's too bad that running a marathon is still looked at by many as the epitome of fitness. I don't really do HIIT, Tabata intervals, or met-con workouts either - for five reasons.
A good strength and conditioning program is essential for the competitive athlete. Why? New research shows it can help reduce cortisol levels and muscle damage over the course of a season.
Want to work on your cardio, but can't bear the thought of getting on an elliptical machine in public? Here are three ways to get cardio and still look cool. Well, sweaty and crushed, but cool.
Looking to get in great cardiovascular shape without a complicated or time-consuming plan? Try this four week plan!