Bootstrapped gyms have to be about passion, commitment, and ultimately, service to the community.
Knowing what your "why" is can be helpful in getting started, but you'll need more if you plan on sustaining your efforts.
Don’t let your ankles hold you back: Get them mobile and bulletproof!
Training without analysis isn’t really training at all. It's not about smashing yourself and trying to get as sore or tired or beaten as possible.
Someone who is strength training should have the flexibility to go on a weekly run and remove a day on the weights. That's heresy to some coaches who want to keep you in the gym.
Neck pain is a common complaint. Our device heavy lifestyles don't help. Neither does the fact that we don't often show our necks much love. Here's how to change that.
One stroke at a time, one step at a time, one breath at a time.
Strength training and conditioning for athletes is not the same as that for the average Joe. They're in a class of their own.
It depends. That's the best answer for anyone who wants to know what to do in the gym because fitness has plenty of fads, buzzwords, crazes, and trends that just don't work.
The fireman’s carry is done with a simple technique that we should all master.
Brad Borland talks about how to build muscle as quickly as possible in the latest Six Pack of Knowledge podcast.
These drills might just make all the difference in eliminating discomfort and improving your performance.
Both new and old scars can affect your movement and mobility in everyday life, during sports, or in workouts.
Training comes down to stress management. The more you can apply, and the more you can handle, the better your results will be, and the faster they’ll come.
Adding bodybuilding work to your weightlifting practice has its benefits, both ways.
When it comes to shoulder flexion, patience is key.
Most people don't want to exercise, but everyone needs to exercise. This plan will help.