Fitness

Fish oil supplements have many proven health benefits, so scientists are researching to ascertain if fish oil can aid in muscle soreness and recovery.
If you focus on your training mindset, you will develop more than just physical strength.
Instead of using arbitrary textbook standards or spending money on gadgets to gauge rest times, just breathe.
Inspired by conversation with John Du Cane of Dragon Door and Qigong, kettlebells, and fitness.
Is protein intake or protein distribution a more significant determining factor in developing new muscle mass?
Understanding energy, yin and yang, and how we are all continually chasing balance.
Many chronically overtrained BJJ athletes come my way with burnout, and to top it all off, they are frustrated because they can’t lose weight even with all the training.
Here are three steps you may not have considered to change your clients' mindset and get them out of pain long-term.
There isn't any convincing evidence showing fat loss causes metabolic damage; however, observations are more indicative of reversible adaptive thermogenesis.
Micronutrients are necessary for your body to perform optimally, avoid adverse side effects, and keep your fitness goals in reach.
Some of you may think you will never be strong enough to do pull ups, but you are.
Sandbags are a versatile tool, and why training modalities that challenge stability and develop sound movement mechanics are essential.
The midline rule determines which stance to use for any lift and teaches the lifter to think for themselves.
The fourth part in our exercise recovery series will help you elicit that last bit of recovery capacity with active and passive strategies.
In the third part of our series on exercise recovery, we look at how to maximize recovery and build more lean muscle with the two most overlooked tools in your arsenal.
Part two of four in our recover series will help you build a program that creates the most potential for balancing a high-quality training stimulus with optimal recovery capacity.
Part one of this four-part series to improve your recovery will concentrate on why stress is a double-edged sword and how to manage it.