parenting

Becoming a dad isn't the end of your fitness lifestyle, but it does require a shift in mindset and methods.
While it's not fully clear how the breast milk affects the brain and cognitive growth, what is clear is that it does.
When it comes to nutrition, overcoming excuses is just a matter of mindset.
Your fitness journey doesn't end when you have children.
Running with a stroller is humbling and difficult, but it can also help you improve.
I don't do CrossFit so I can make it to the Games or come first in the class. I do it because it helps me with life.
Having a family can be a roadblock or an opportunity. It's up to you.
Running with an extra fifty-plus pounds isn't easy. Here's how to fix some of the most common mistakes.
This advice might not get you to peak performance, but it should help keep you from feeling old, tired, and sore every day.
Yoga helps keep kids physically active, but there are many more benefits for emotional support and bonding.
Raising a son who has autism and dealing with a shoulder injury taught me CrossFit isn't just about presses and kipping pull ups.
Some people might applaud the concept of playing a sport through pain and injury. I am not one of them.
It's time for packing lunches, carpool, and homework. Here are some tips for surviving the hectic school season with your fitness intact.
Here's how to identify and prevent the toxic parenting trends observed at so many kids' sports events.
Looking back from my current stage of life, much has now changed for youth weightlifters.
Through positive role modeling of appropriate sports behavior, we can make good sportsmanship contagious.
From the Cleavers to the Simpsons, there are lots of images of family life, and some are misleading. Here are 3 of the most common half-truths about having children and staying in shape.