strength training

It's now time to ramp up our efforts at cycling specialization, but it is a mistake to turn our backs on weight training.
Years ago, I began implementing dedicated strength training along with the CrossFit template design. As a result, I noticed that my clients’ loading moved closer to what was prescribed.
Skill training continues to be misunderstood by the masses, and is thus in dire need of further discussion.
Mistakes are an inevitable fact of life and strength training. Here are nine articles to pass you the benefit of learning from the errors of others.
A fellow in great distress came to me through email and inquired as to which of my kettlebell complexes are best for the accruement of strength.
The movement of crawling is being touted as a rehabilitative, restorative, and even a performance-enhancing movement. It would even be hysterical, if it weren't for the fact that is completely true.
Let’s apply our deductive reasoning to strength training and conditioning protocols specifically. Here’s what you need to know to know if a protocol is worth your time and energy:
Here are six reasons why I believe it is important to learn to fail in order to take it back full circle to success, and develop as a lifter in the most successful manner.
You've probably heard you should always do strength training before cardio. A new study suggests that it really just depends on what kind of exercises you're doing.
I am sick of seeing people throw away exercises because they can't combine them. This integrated approach allows you to pick the right tool at the right time for the right person - every single time.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: the 10 x 3 protocol, the best exercises for muay Thai, and more!
So many new gadgets, contraptions, and programs - coupled with the current popularity of boot camps, cross training, and the personal training field - can make training decisions a head-scratcher.
Trained in the correct manner, the yoke carry can be an incredible strength and power builder, not only for strength athletes, but for athletes of any sport.
Consider who you really are. If you are training as a paid athlete, you take risks - you are expected to. If you're the average person, you should be contemplating the cost-benefit of your training.
If you practice martial arts, then you need to strength train in order to maximize your performance. Here are the top five bang-for-your-buck exercises for fighters.
If you want to train either for strongman or in a strongman manner with limited resources, I'm going to give you options for training each strongman event in a regular gym setting.
Yes, yes, I know. No training rut is the same and we're all different and unique. But if you can't take away at least a few tips from this piece, there's no helping you.