functional strength

What is strength? Not strength like science or weightlifting defines it, but strength in your everyday life?
The balance of strength and mobility across the muscles and joints of your body is what is really required when you think about the importance of posture.
Paul Wade, the author of Convict Conditioning, has a lot to say about isometric training and exercises.
Bring bodybuilding principles to functional resistance training by focusing on quality of movement rather than intensity.
Exercises like the suitcase deadlift can keep you healthy or help rehab the damage that's already been done.
There's no point in creating all this extra range of motion if you're not stabilizing the joints and developing the strength to support them.
Consume more protein, especially if you’re trying to increase lean mass and strength gains.
If your coach and trainer had never made you do a push-up ever before, you're probably beginning to think like it was only just invented.
Many buzzwords seem to fly around the fitness industry, and "functional" seems to be the most common one.
Using BFR bands can help gain muscle size and strength.
You may come up against a bigger, stronger opponent. You should have the tools to escape, evade, and defend yourself and it starts with a strong body.
Too many limit themselves by a self-fulfilling prophecy about the limits of their own willpower.
What could be more important than mastering yourself so that you can become the person you want to be?
Strength training is still quite new to many older individuals. We need to change that.
You know you will feel better after doing it even if the motivation isn’t there.
What would you do with just a barbell, yourself, and the endless expanse of Arizona desert?
The snatch is a challenging, yet rewarding, lift to master. But, it does take time to learn the proper technique.