From injury prevention to motor development, strength training needs to be part of any young athlete's training.
Time and time again, people are looking for a quick fix when it comes to fitness, but sometimes the simplest solutions are also the hardest.
Some of these goals might take years to accomplish. But using them as long-term aims can be great for training motivation.
Pain doesn't occur in isolation, so injuries should force us to look for breakdowns in our chains of movement as a whole.
Body tempering, powerlifting inventions, and avoiding the marriage mistake - prepare to be educated and entertained by Super D.
People wrongly believe that because the heaviest kettlebell you can commonly find is 48kg that they must be useless for gaining large chunks of meat.
Here are three corrections all lifters can make to see immediate improvements.
If you hit a roadblock in improvement, take a step back and work on LSS functional patterning of the body.
When it does come time to add strength into your routine, the only question worth asking is, “How much do I need?”
Nothing worth having comes easy. To enjoy the benefits of lifting, you need to put in the work first.
“I’ve got another attempt in me, I know I do.” I hear this all the time, but the question is - do you really?
Don't let a lack of wrist and forearm mobility stunt your front squat.
Focus on movement, remember to schedule playtime, and don't be afraid to occasionally fail - these are some of the keys to strength gain success.
When it comes to developing strength and muscle mass, is your warm-up doing more harm than good?
Follow these eight programming principles, and you can run an ultra marathon in twelve months, too.
Powerful glutes can assist any athlete to improve strength and explosiveness in their sport.
Dialing in your form and starting with the right progressions are the key to mastering the ultimate bodyweight exercise.