Fitness

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.
Stuck at home while the gym is closed? Check out these exercises and workouts. Some require no equipment and others would be make-shift by design.
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.
Don’t skip the gym and don’t fix what isn't broken.
Everyone needs training partners, at times, to be honest with them, to pull them, push them, drag them, or pick them up.
A Six Pack of Knowledge podcast that covers strength, hypertrophy, training science, and much, much more.
A Six Pack of Knowledge podcast that covers strength, hypertrophy, training science, and much, much more.
A Six Pack of Knowledge podcast that covers strength, hypertrophy, training science, and much, much more.
Your shoulder flexibility and complexity can leave it more susceptible to injury if it isn't trained to be strong.
All those overhead lifts don't require strength alone. Reduce injury, improve your form in lifts, and strengthen your overhead stability.
Whether your goal is to begin eating better or you want to start exercising more, willpower is essential to your success. So where is the plan for that?
Put these five principles in place and you’ll have a much easier time sticking to your nutrition plan.
Unilateral training has a hugely beneficial impact on joint health, stability, coordination, and balance.