If you’ve ever seriously prepared for something, you know in your heart what I am about to say next. I suck. But as I've been taught, "It never always gets worse."
It's important to work hard, but giving your body a break is also a crucial part of building strength and endurance. These seven articles will help you.
Skateboarding is not a crime. Certainly not anymore. Now it's a highly-skilled professional sport. Watch this reel of ridiculousness from Chaz Ortiz if you don't believe.
This week Holley is busy with work and fundraising, while tapering for a State weightlifting meet she is competing in this Saturday.
Do you know what a "brick" workout is? Even if you're not a triathlete bricking your workouts could have benefits to your health and performance. Learn what it is and how to do it.
RKC luminaries such as Dan John, Brett Jones, Andrea DuCane, and Gray Cook all share their thoughts on the evolution of the RKC and the genius of Pavel Tsatsouline.
New research shows that activity level, even more than age, may have a direct relationship to the health of our heart. Once again a sedentary lifestyle proves to be deadly.
I competed at Worlds on Saturday and I lost. I’m not happy with how I competed because I feel I regressed to old habits. I’m not taking any opportunity for growth or looking for the lesson.
Are you training without purpose and without focus? For those lacking in motivation or addicted to training, competition can offer a necessary structure to achieving peak results.
Many women struggle with finding a balance between being a warrior athlete and being a woman. This article outlines simple mental exercises to help you find balance and celebrate being female.
Ultrarunner Micah True, known to many as Caballo Blanco, died in March on a training run. Was his death indicative of the dangers of ultrarunning? Science takes a look.
This week Travis returns from a trip to Fiji. While there he kept diligent with his CrossFit training and also gained a new appreciation for his time in the gym, and life in general.
The roots of the RKC kettlebell system are explained. What does Hardstyle mean? Learn RKC's lineage in hand-to-hand combat, karate, and the Russian kettlebells themselves.
One of the questions a coach deals with regularly is, "What should be in my gym bag?" In this video we go over the gym bag essentials you might not have thought of.
Altitude training has long been used by athletes, but new research examine more closely. Athletes can use this information to precisely time out their training to line up with competition day.
How does a world-class powerlifter work out amongst things like career changes, life choices, kids, and a wife with a stomach bug? Chris tells all in his newest journal entry.
Forget doing your cardio on a Stairmaster or treadmill. If you want to get into shape fast, burn fat, and build muscle hill sprints are the way to go. Read how to safely get started.