You can remove a whole set of excuses by shrinking the distance between your bedroom and the weight room to feet, instead of miles.
The sled is an incredibly versatile and effective training tool. If used properly, the sled can be used for metabolic conditioning, strength training, and hypertrophy.
The effects of aging are no excuse to sit down and give up.
As elusive as the flow state might seem, there are defined avenues to help you get there.
Even if you have no aspirations to do back bends, a spine that can flex and extend properly will help you with the rest of life.
This workout uses only your bodyweight, mixing it up with elliptical training at varying intensities to push your cardiovascular system and muscles to their max.
We have thus far built a strong pulling foundation, but it’s now time to train the full movement.
The hardest part about any combat sport is that it will hurt a bit no matter what you do, but knowledge will make things a bit better.
The first step to creating empowered women is never to tell them they can't.
Treating kids like little pro athletes is driving them away from fitness for good.
Olympic-style weightlifting movements have been shown to produce greater power output than any other conventional resistance training exercise
As an athlete, learning how to recover your back post-injury is a key component to successful long-term training.
This workout is based around compound movements to work as many muscles as possible in a short amount of time so you can easily fit them into your daily routine.
Martial arts can help develop your strength, better your balance, flexibility, and aerobic capacity.
Be in charge of the lift and the load from start to finish, and you'll move safer and stronger.
This progression will help open up your hunched, rounded, slouching upper spine.
Cognitive exercises have a place in a fighter's gym routine right alongside traditional strength and conditioning work.