strength training

If you aren't hitting the weights while you rack up the miles, you're setting yourself up for injury and reduced performance.
Coaches working with youth athletes need to keep them injury-free and constantly improving.
An athlete is going to look like whatever she is.
If your progress is stalled on your big lifts, this auxiliary work will help you break through.
Tired of chalking up the same weights? We've all been there. Follow these strategies to get back on track in training.
Overhaul your gym sessions to see tremendous improvement in your sporting prowess.
Ask these questions to prepare for a successful muscle-building program.
If you want to get stronger, you have to focus on strength work. Here's exactly what to do.
Training the clean and deadlift will help you move with more ease in your yoga, and in life.
Support your yoga practice by incorporating ring and bar dips into your training for complete upper body strength.
The core of yoga practice is the ability to support one's bodyweight. These types of isometric holds go beyond just building strength.
Don't get caught up in the trends. Here's a proven method to help you build muscle and maintain power and speed.
At some point you need to force your body to do more. Here are three ways to do it safely.
It doesn't have to be heavy presses versus pistols - the ultimate athlete has both.
Andrew has as brand-new book out so we decided to ask him how this book came to be, who would most benefit from reading it, and why it was so important for him to write.
Squats are the first step to finding balance between yoga and strength training.
If you're serious about a career in the military, you need to be serious about strength and injury prevention.