Your programming goal should be to intelligently lay out a plan that offers a safe, long-term approach that develops the maximum potential of your athletes.
Bill and James Grundler talk about competing as brothers, breakthrough performances, and the intelligent aging athlete.
Research indicates having too much choice has negative consequences that may interfere with your training.
The best workouts on earth are useless if your athletes don't recover from them to gain the benefits.
The founder of Wolf Brigade Gym gives us his counter-cultural take on what really matters in fitness.
Not everyone should self-coach, but everyone is capable of developing the skills, knowledge, and the ruthless self-honesty that it requires.
Weight is important. But speed of movement is an informative index to evaluate efficacy of training.
Sometimes, the best program money can buy is the one written by the athlete for themselves.
Variety in the gym is good, but it can spell disaster if you aren't ready for it.
Few feelings are greater than achieving lofty goals despite the disparagement of others.
It's easy to become overwhelmed when trying to figure out what to do in the gym, but these will simplify the process.
There is a simple compromise that will give you the right balance of frequency and intensity to keep the gains coming.
Loaded carries can be your secret weapon in client progress and retention.
When your initial wave of progress grinds to a halt, some simple program modifications can get you moving again.
Programming is the heart of your gym's business; Here's how to keep it pumping.
The benefits of training the whole body every session can be applied across the board.
The goal of Functional Mass Gain is to put on size, but also get stronger, stay agile, stay fast, stay flexible, and maintain mobility.