strength training

This week's picks are all about the valuable lessons learned by athletes and coaches. And thank goodness they're sharing with us.
Nick Tumminello's new book is a helpful resource for new lifters and experienced coaches alike.
I used this last year to prepare for both my squat and deadlift workouts leading up to a world record squat.
What do an athlete and a 65-year old with a knee replacement have in common? A lot more than you think, from my perspective working in injury and surgery rehab.
These methods will rapidly accelerate your results, but also teach the body to work more efficiently.
This week's picks are all about building you up, filling in the holes in the training, and creating a better, stronger, faster you.
The commonality in training of old-time strongmen was constant practice and progressive overload. Not constant extreme effort or constant exhaustion.
Hitting a wall in your training? Are your personal records stuck? Wishing you had time to accomplish more, but just can't make it work?
As a coach, sometimes it’s about stopping people from hitting their own self-destruct button.
What happens when your training schedule says it’s a big workout today, but you’re just not feeling it?
Every approach is simple to implement, but could make the difference in reaching your next personal record - or reaching the bottom of your pistol squat.
Learn the underlying physiology that makes pause reps work and a simple aspect of pausing that, though incredibly important, is often overlooked.
This workout takes you through four tough movements to build a strong foundation for the weeks ahead.
Hatfield was a national-level college gymnast and squatted over 1,000lbs at the age of 45. He's done all this by following specific principles.
In part two of my interview with Dave Whitley, he shares tips on utilizing strength and creating happiness through lifting overhead.
This plan will keep you fit, strong, and healthy, while exposing you enough to movements that you won’t lose any abilities.
There are many variables that go into muscle building, today we focus on the negative part of the rep, the time under load, and getting a pump.