weight training

I'm going to give you four workouts that each consist of only two exercises. The important thing is when you hit the gym, you do only these two exercise and you do them hard.
Just because a technique is old, doesn't make it ineffective.
Starting Strength may be just the strength program you've been looking for.
Here's a simple, safe, and effective plan for starting weightlifting over 40.
It's time to move past the outdated fear that weight training makes women unfeminine.
Running an hour daily for conditioning won't cut it. For maximal work capacity, enter the pain cave.
I’d encourage anyone looking to incorporate assistance and specialty exercises into their CrossFit programming to give IWT a try.
We must make sure the sport is appealing and safe for the child - and matches the parent’s expectations.
Isometrics is largely unknown in comparison to weight training. And in my opinion, most people use isometrics incorrectly.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: the iliotibial band, common squat mistakes, the AbMat, and more!
Which is better, bodyweight exercise or weight training? The answer is neither is better. In fact, often you will get more benefit if you use both approaches together.
With the rise in popularity of weightlifting as a sport and for improving performance, there has been a rise in misinterpretation.
Weight loss is commonly considered a good thing, but it can be detrimental to bone health. A recent study suggests you need strength training to optimize bone health while trying to lose weight.
Is weight training using a high-intensity, slow-cadence protocol better for anaerobic power than more traditional weight training? A new study suggests that there is little difference between the two.
Weight training is essential for increasing running ability and decreasing chance of injury. I know from experience that it is possible to strength train without bulking. Here's what I recommend.
If you're a rower and you want to get stronger, without getting bigger, how do you that? Is the practice of resisted on-water rowing the best, or should you be hitting the weight room?