programming

Strength training veteran Charles Staley is here to answer our readers' questions about life and lifting.
As a box owner or an athlete, it is your responsibility to keep things constantly varied (and not random) to keep athletic progress moving.
Getting strong is about more than lifting big weights.
Everyone has different coaching styles, but these four things will help you spot a bad personal trainer from a mile away.
Ditch the barbells and dumbbells for a few workouts to experience the unique challenges and benefits of sandbag training.
The unique nature of the kettlebell coupled with volume and time under tension will help you achieve maximum levels of muscle hypertrophy.
The body will respond to anything you throw at it, but the kettlebell is a unique beast that requires high technique and low complexity.
My concern is that people only recognize cross patterning when it comes to ground-based activities.
Reps, sets, and percentages can guide your training goals, but they're not always accurate. Here's another option.
CrossFit can be full of expensive fads, but these five products are definitely not worth your hard-earned cash.
Let’s take a look at the steps we can take to avoid pain and injury in our BJJ careers.
You can accomplish a lot in six weeks - losing fat, gaining muscle, and building strength and stamina.
Three things to keep and three to leave behind as we move on to a new year.
These simple hypertrophy tips could make the difference between personal records and injuries.
Learn about technique, programming, recovery, and more in our most popular weightlifting articles.
The process of individualizing your training based on biofeedback leads to much better outcomes and more consistent progress.
If you're looking for a comprehensive book from a coach who has done it all, this is it.