training plan

A correctly designed program with all the right exercises and sets and reps is only half the story. The other half is the effort you put in.
Set your mind right and the body will follow.
If you prioritize your training to focus on generality and volume of work, you will set a better foundation to push the bench press harder and longer and keep it from stagnating.
Functional overreaching is essentially short-term overtraining where you have a goal of digging yourself into a recovery ditch. Two weeks—two ball-busting weeks. Get to work and reap the benefits.
Never forget to trust the process as you ascend to higher heights.
Adaptation is when the body changes, and it’s a process, not the prize.
There is no doubt that if a runner regularly hits the hills, they get stronger, more powerful, and ultimately faster.
By using double barrel rolls, you can stimulate a muscle across every inch of every rep.
By teaming up with others we can achieve our potential, learn from one another, and build upon the skills we share.
Protect your lower back and maintain balanced form with front squats.
A comprehensive strength program focuses on balance between muscle groups.
If you want to look like a jacked, powerful, and fit person, prepare to put in the years.
The tricky part of getting back in the game after a muscle strain is to keep your injury site at rest while still keeping your body active.
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.
They say the carryover for the benefits of HIIT is up to 39 hours after one session of training, something none of us can afford to miss.
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.