Fitness

Let's dramatically increase exercise options to avoid things getting too monotonous.
Breaking our patterns can become the necessary driver that we need for our lives, even during a pandemic.
Fitness pros, like many people with no safety net in their businesses, are feeling the severe economic effects of coronavirus.
I am living in Japan where heavy lifters are rare and gym equipment is very expensive. So I decided to build my own barbell from scratch. Here's how I did it, so you can do it too.
If your coach and trainer had never made you do a push-up ever before, you're probably beginning to think like it was only just invented.
This video from Bob Takano is especially valuable for those lifters who are having difficulty “feeling” the position of the bar overhead and the effects of proper footwork. 
Your true mobility is only as good as it is when you first roll out of bed in the morning.
With three to 8 weeks completely off training, you will lose some muscle. The good news it only takes 2-3 weeks to retain it.
The Good Morning is an exceptional exercise for stretching the hamstrings and in some cases the ankles. It also helps for developing the hamstrings for athletic movements.
An 8-minute, no-equipment workout that actually works - sound like a gimmick? Researchers reviewed the literature on bodyweight exercise and came up with this new circuit.
Adopt a general training framework and use these methodologies to adapt our programming to take into account factors influenced by individualization.
Bet you didn't know how much history we have on the plank. Here's what it’s good for, its variations, and debunking some of the myths surrounding this ideal pandemic-friendly exercise.
Working way too hard is as detrimental as not working hard enough.
With these three movements you’ll be able to start on the road to mastering the mace.
Time in the gym, any gym, will involve doing exercises and movements under load. Without an understanding of form and technique, you might as well be playing chess to grow muscle.
Cadence is the number of steps a person takes per minute, so make sure your cadence is working for you.
The right coaching cues can get a room full of novices on the same page. Try these non-traditional cues to get past common lifting errors.