Should You Track Your Nutrition?
Many diet plans brag about not counting calories. But will they work for you?
EDT: Time Management Meets Weight Training
This method allows you to pack a powerful workout into a short time frame.
How Often Should I Squat?
Your goals dictate how much, how often, and how hard you lift.
The Hub and Spoke Method for Attacking Weaknesses
This scheme will help you with whatever skill you're trying to develop, while maintaining other areas.
How I Was Wrong About Linear Periodization
Focusing on one adaptation doesn't have to mean losing ground on another.
There's Nothing Fancy About Getting Fitter
Your goals are simpler than you think, and so are the methods that will get you there.
5 Ways You're Wasting Your Time in the Gym
If any of these movements are staples of your routine, you can do better.
Microcycle Programming: Organize Your Training Week
Intelligent attention to the details of your plan allows you to squeeze every ounce of progress from your workouts.
Learn the Rules, Then Break Them
The fitness industry is all about creating rules, but you can break all of them and still succeed.
Bulky Is a Lie: Why Women Need to Lift Weights
It's time to move past the outdated fear that weight training makes women unfeminine.
Don't Let Your Wants Obscure Your Needs
If you only train what you enjoy, you will not make progress.
Specificity: It's All About Context
Your specific needs as an athlete determine whether or not an exercise has utility for you.
Don't Dismiss Machines for Athletic Strength
Smart athletes think not only in terms of effectiveness, but also in terms of efficiency.
When You’re a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail
If you only know one way to do things, what happens when that way doesn't work?
3 Musts of Athletic Success: Progression, Support, Nutrition
These behaviors are non-negotiable. If you're missing one, you're falling short of your potential.
No-Gimmick Training for Fighters (and All Athletes)
When it comes to training, uniqueness and effectiveness don't often overlap.
From Thin, to Fat, to Fit: Coaches Are People, Too
We tend to assume the experts we follow do everything right. That may be the case for some, but it certainly wasn’t true for me.
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