strength and conditioning

Get creative. Dumbbells and kettlebells are a great way to train your limbs independently and make sure you're not developing a "strong" side or a "weak" side.
Make sure you understand your "why" and then be sure the work you’re doing will get you there.
Whether athlete or layman, this is why we all train—to raise our ceiling. To have more move options in your life.
Failure is hardly the worst thing that could happen.
The rules are now set and lifters will just have to adjust to the new conditions as they always have.
A goog coach should ask questions and listen to feedback in order to guide someone to their best results.
Don’t shy away from kettlebells. They are a unique way to train, adding a ton of instability while making you have to correct and stabilize your form in order to grow stronger.
By selecting exercises to build maximal strength, while limiting unnecessary risk of injury, you can build a bulletproof body that will perform as well as it looks.
Improvement only comes from letting go of focus on outcomes and learning to experience the sense of flow that drives quality.
A new guest each month, interviewed by Greg Walsh and hosted by Breaking Muscle. This week, challenging the orthodoxy of the fitness industry with the founders of The Sect in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Forget all the six-pack ripped selfies and marketing you’ve ever seen, let’s be real for a few minutes.
It’s important to ensure we are respecting our bodies and our minds by setting up realistic expectations in our training.
Dr. Wendy Walsh talks about the mental aspects of health and how the ways in which we sabotage our relationships can impact our general well-being.
Find a coach, step into the weight room, and fuel your body to become an even better athlete than you were before your injury.
Correct your movement patterns to gain strength.
60% of all adults in the US do no muscle-strengthening exercises and 25% don’t even like to walk, cycle or run.
There are three crucial elements when training for OCR: running, compound lifts, and grip training. These common threads will be present in all phases of your training.