How To Train

Managing intensity and fatigue is the key to a well-rounded program.
Your 1-rep max bench press is not going to save you.
Good exercise habits impact you and your baby before you conceive, during pregnancy, and after you give birth.
The fitness industry is in for a big change soon. If you’re a coach or trainer you need be aware of how it will affect your business.
I was so impressed watching the speed skaters in Sochi that I just had to sit down and research their training methods. You'd be surprised at how much of it you can give a try.
While training with partners is beneficial, training by yourself should not be overlooked by any martial artist. Here's a great muay Thai workout you can do on your own and with little equipment.
I believe if you have an injury the best thing to do for it is move whatever you can as much as possible within pain-free range of motion. Here's how I dealt with my own food processor induced trauma.
When I walk out of BJJ, I don’t want to look as though I’ve just been in a fight. Many of us have professional jobs, so here's my advice on how to put yourself back together after training.
There are fundamentals every BJJ player needs - strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility. From there, specific exercises should be included based on the type of game each player uses.
Featured coach James FitzGerald shares with us how he prepares a powerful athlete for CrossFit-style competitions.
Are you a trainer looking to prepare fighters for MMA matches? Or maybe you're an MMA fighter looking to get stronger? Coach Sabina Skala shares her expertise and her training program.
It's the holiday season and for many people that means three things: lots of traveling, training on the road, and (hopefully) relaxation. Here are 7 articles to help you make the most of your holiday.
Mud runs are one of the most popular new events out there. But do you know how to train for one? Here's the plan I give my clients who are getting ready for Warrior Dash, Tough Mudder, and more.
Looking at the training plans of a world-class weightlifter and two-time Ironman champion, I can learn valuable (and eye-opening) lessons about how I need to train, as an amateur athlete.