Fitness

There's a lot of science and theory about how train body parts for hypertrophy. The great variable, though, is always you. Your adaptations are totally unique and individual.
A great way to approach core stability and coordination is to look at how the body works during gait.
Sometimes, the best thing your coach can tell you is "no."
The treadmill is one of those companions you should see casually like a work acquaintance—a relationship that helps you perform better at your real job.
You can't have a weak grip and expect to get anything of value done.
Recently a CrossFit affiliate was called out for posting pictures of its female members on social media and you can probably guess why. Have things gone too far on social media?
In my experience, being "young" is a decision. So, if you’re stuck in a rut and feeling older than you are, here are a few tips to get you moving towards feeling young.
Strength needs to be integrated into many other training modalities to have relevance. Olympic lifting transforms strength into speed.
For many of us life doesn’t always dictate lots of movement activities, leading the bodily asymmetry to grow.
The ideal approach for most people's goals is to get the most work done in the smallest amount of time.
Occlusion training advocacy goes back to the 1960s. Today, we understand and appreciate its efficacy much more than we ever did. Here's why.
A faster and more biomechanically efficient pull awaits.
Careful dosages of “improper” alignment can help prevent injury when doing athletic movement.
Do not go gently into the good night - life is always full of possibilities for accomplishment and change.
Make small changes that over time will add up to something big.
The job of your brain is to keep us alive and it doesn't don't care whether or not we lose 15 pounds.
Time under load toughens the body and helps prevent injury for long term health and safety.