muscle activation

When designing resistance training programs, we can't ignore physics. Here are 3 laws of training that will simplify your programming and help you become more successful (i.e. stronger).
The adductors can do a lot more for your performance than just squeeze your knees together.
Awareness gives you the ability to choose between continuing to move in the same way or to try something different.
In training, there's what everybody else is doing, and then there's what produces the best results. Results rule.
Bodybuilding is all about balance and symmetry, but you can't have either if your posture is failing.
Mastering the tuck pop up will develop the strength and coordination required to complete a muscle up.
Some basic muscular awareness can help you avoid potential imbalances created by yoga and running.
Believe it or not, lesser loads have the potential to recruit a larger number of muscle fibers compared to a 1RM.
The eccentric portion of your lifts might be underloaded and holding you back.
New research examined how toe angle, range of motion, and rep schemes affect the quads.
A new study investigated some of the more mysterious details of muscle recruitment.
Let's explore the chin up in depth and how it activates our muscles, as well as how it differs from the pull up.
Warm up may not the sexiest part of your day, but you know what else isn’t sexy? Being an immobile and injured ball of meat.
An iron junkie like yourself can’t train all the movements at high intensity in one session because, ironically, you’re too strong to maintain that.
Why does heavy resistance training get better results than riding a bike? This video breaks it down through science.