Exercise

The box gym world needs a reset and there's no better time than now.
Periodization is the ultimate tool you can use to reach your goals.
Bet you didn't know how much history we have on the plank. Here's what it’s good for, its variations, and debunking some of the myths surrounding this ideal pandemic-friendly exercise.
Does the way your brain gathers information and what it does with it have an effect on your training, performance or recovery?
No matter what activities you enjoy doing outside of the gym, there are weight training exercises you can do to boost your potential.
It's better for your mind to do some sort of fitness routine on vacation. We keep it simple here with 20-30 minute routines.
Training comes down to stress management. The more you can apply, and the more you can handle, the better your results will be, and the faster they’ll come.
The hack squat was originated in Germany and derives from the word hacke (heel). You'll need to know more than that to make it work for you, though.
Whether you’re a weightlifter or a multi-modal CrossFit athlete, barbell complexes can be valuable for a number of reasons.
We can learn a lot from toddlers because, at a young age, all learning is physical. Building a strong foundation in life starts early and carries over throughout life.
Pain in exercise normally arises from both subjective feelings, and also the stimulation of the nervous system. Is virtual reality (VR) an effective means of reducing the perception of pain?
Good training is simply the execution of movement patterns at intentional tempos and a strong grasp on when to progress and regress intensity.
The largest study ever to investigate this question provides considerable information that credibly supports physical activity.
One of the largest cross-sectional studies ever, 1.2 million people in the US, links exercise and mental health.
Depression may impact mortality but research shows that exercise proves a useful antidote.
Our biological needs include more than proper nutrition and exercise.
We've all heard the saying, "Too much of a good thing can be bad for you." Yes, that includes exercise.