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Martial Arts Is Not Self-Defense: Real World Violence Prevention
When you're training for something as unpredictable as violence, martial arts isn't enough.
Starting Olympic Weightlifting at 65+
Deborah Robinson took up weightlifting at an age when most people are struggling with physical activity.
What to Do With a Pain in the Pelvis
The pelvis is meant to do many things, but leaving you in constant agony isn't one of them.
Phosphatidylserine: The Natural Cure For A Rare Disease
Fatty and amino acids in phosphatidylserine can help slow down the degeneration of neural highways.
Filling the Gaps in Education with Physical Fitness
If we wish to create a thriving generation, we must stop focusing all our time and money on things that don't matter, and begin to address the skills that make people great.
The False Prophets of Baseball
Egotism, nepotism, and politics have the potential to ruin the careers of players and coaches alike.
What Boron Has to Do With Your Testosterone Levels
You may have never heard of Boron as a supplement, but it could do big things for your strength and physique.
Regenerating Bones to Combat Osteoporosis
A new approach to preventing and treating skeletal degeneration hinges on growth factors.
Are You Eating Enough?
If you find yourself beating your head against health and fitness plateaus, the secret sauce might just be more calories.
How to Activate Your Diaphragm to Improve Breathing and Performance
Many people could benefit from some simple exercises that would improve breathing, and therefore also performance.
The Magnificent 7 Yoga Poses for Lower Back Relief
Lower back pain is one of those things that gets everyone at some point. Fortunately, relief is possible through some self-care.
4 Bodyweight Exercises for Strength and Size
Sitting around with a little time on your hand or, just looking for a simpler approach to strength and conditioning? These bodyweight exercises can work for you any place, any time.
Who is Doing the Most Harm: You or Red Meat?
Could an unhealthy lifestyle be the real cause of health problems and not red meat consumption?
Which Foods Shut Down Your Appetite
Fiber-rich foods can be just as satisfying as meat-heavy dishes.
The Recovery Cycle: Master the Invisible Side of Training
Why do we continue to overlook recovery and make a mess of the simplest of training principles?
Quick Tips for Open WOD 17.2
Dumbbells could be a big factor in how you manage this workout competitively.
Your Posture Isn't the Problem
Your body is never truly static, so why worry so much about a static position?
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