Squat

After the rush of Thanksgiving, you're on your last lap to the Christmas Eve finish line. Sounds like a good time to up your meditation game among other things.
This is Thanksgiving week and you're going to have a lot on your plate - travel, food, and family. But, you can still stay on plan.
Replacing the phone in your life with kettlebells every now and then? Sounds like a good way to make fitness work.
This week, almost the halfway point, we get to full appreciate the kettlebell swing as well as those times when we ditch the smartphone for real.
It's a good time to clarify purpose and values in order to maintain motivation and to keep moving with purpose, of course.
Given limited time and only 3 pieces of equipment to work with, what kind of creative workouts can you come up with?
Whoever you are, properly programming the hip hinge will increase your performance in and out of the gym as well as giving you an attractive, developed backside. What's not to like.
The adductors can do a lot more for your performance than just squeeze your knees together.
Odds are that whether you tend to favor bilateral or unilateral exercises, you need to be doing more of what you're neglecting.
What are the important differences in exercise selection between the front and back barbell squats, and when might one be more appropriate than the other.
What matters in life is to leave an enduring legacy that improves those who will follow.
Your ego-fueled lifts are more like the freak show than the strongman, and are setting you up for big problems.
Among all the ingredients for performance, nothing sharpens the blade like adding velocity and acceleration.
Struggling with your squat form? Here are two of the most common dysfunctions at the hip, how they affect your squat, and what you can do to fix them.
Squatting big weight must start with a proper bodyweight squat, and there is a process to get you to that solid foundation.
If you vary your squats through different stances and foot placements, you can bring up weak points that have been holding you back.
"Don't let your knees go past your toes" is a common coaching cue for the squat. But is it really the best way to do it? Not always, suggests a recent study.