Fitness

No one joins the gym to make zero progress.
Maybe this year it is time for a different approach if you have been unsuccessful in the past.
2020 is the start of a new decade or the end of the last one depending on your point of view. Time to pick up some new ideas and strike a new path ahead on your fitness journey.
The antidote to Insta-coaching, CrossFit haters, geezer coaches, and trolls is a return to the fundamentals of training. Cue Dan John.
One man has helped shape the way people train in gyms this last decade. He has had few peers when it comes to influence and his presence is felt worldwide.
Present self loves to eat cinnamon rolls under the condition that future self will spend a month sustaining himself on broccoli and water. His plans might work if he were more realistic.
Handstands are a cool party trick, they’re satisfying to learn, and they make you feel young and limber.
Whether you have lower back pain or not, better spinal stability should be a goal to strive for and bird dogs can help with this.
Reports abound about the health benefits of fasting, but the most important reason for fasting is that it changes how you think about eating.
Add practical application for implementing various loading strategies into your hypertrophy program.
You will need a strap to follow this segment, so that the muscles get the full opening effect while staying in a contracted state.
Most of us don’t spend all that much time training to be more explosive and powerful, and we really should.
There's no real universal prescription for something as subjective as "success" or worse, "fitness."
Myth-busting protein consumption assumptions.
Cluster training is an effective tool to shock your body into new gains, as well as break up the monotony of taking a straight sets approach to your lifting. Beyond that, it's cool and different.
It’s a type of intuition that develops, and it frees the mind to turn off its thinking faculty and dissolve into still awareness.