programming

Learning when and how to go hard will enhance your performance and create longevity in your life.
There's a better way forward in your training than continuously grinding yourself into the ground.
Intelligent attention to the details of your plan allows you to squeeze every ounce of progress from your workouts.
Specialization has its place, but should not be your entire training program.
If you only train what you enjoy, you will not make progress.
Your specific needs as an athlete determine whether or not an exercise has utility for you.
Intelligent programming is everything for the competitive athlete, and kettlebell sport is no exception.
With the exploding popularity of group training, we have lost touch with what it actually means to call yourself a coach.
Older clients are capable of amazing things. Plan smart to help them stay strong and mobile now and in the future.
The key to perpetual muscular adaptation and growth is the introduction of unfamiliar stimuli.
If you are a novice lifter or looking for quick results, save both your time and your money and wait until you’re ready to focus.
A complete system has elements of performance, but it must also address injury prevention and whole body integration.
These tools are classics - timeless gems in the ever-changing, overcomplicated world of strength and fitness.
Training is one big experiment, and all good experiments follow the scientific method.
Are you a run-of-the-mill coach? Avoid mediocrity and attain excellence by applying these seven main principles to your philosophy - right now.
Stop skipping from one thing to the next in search of results in the gym.
As the 2015 CrossFit Games season wraps up, it is safe to say that the arena is starting to look more like a dangerous carnival than a competition.