programming

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.
Finding a good coach, organizing your training volume, and periodically assessing your results will help you keep your progress rolling.
Getting people together can be difficult, so having a plan in place is the most important element in ensuring the success of your group.
Never settle for mediocre - there are more options now than ever when it comes to finding the perfect place to train.
The first rule of being an expert is to never think you are an expert.
The mark of a good trainer isn't the ability to work with an athlete, but rather with the Average Joe.
Narrowing your training focus and mastering a single movement can lead to big progress.
A recent study reveals that a personal training certification does not necessarily equal knowledge.
Strength training veteran Charles Staley is here to answer our readers' questions about life and lifting.
Dr. John meshes high performance training with physical therapy to obtain the best results based on his athlete's goals, in an intelligently designed manner.
Even if you think you already know everything about programming, you'll learn something from this new book.
Planning, consistency, and remembering to have fun will help you prioritize training and achieve your goals.
Follow this 12-week program and begin to master the basics of the kettlebell while developing stronger movement patterns.
Let’s take a top-down approach to what separates the top twenty from the rest of the 85,400 who thought they had a shot.
Programming for yourself isn’t necessarily easy, but it’s not rocket science either. Here's my advice.