Article from wodtalk.com By Diane Zuri WARNING!!! This article contains references to sex so if you are easily offended by the mention of sex; please stop reading now. Oh…you’ Oh…you’re still here? Great! Let’s continue then, shall we? I am going to assume since you’re still with me, that you are comfortable discussing a subject […]
Article from TabataTimes.com There are lots and lots of accessories that you can tote to the gym every day in the hopes of improving your athletic performance. Which are worth your time? The Poliquin Group has put together a handy list of Ten Training Accessories and How to Use Them (How to perform better and […]
Article from BreakingMuscle.com By Erica Saint Clair, Guest Contributor The following is a guest post by Erica Saint Clair of journalMENU: As a coach, you likely have a multitude of plaques on your walls displaying a variety of certifications – but thin, slightly wrinkled, pieces of paper behind plastic stuck up on a wall do […]
Mark Rippetoe is an American strength training coach and author of several books and articles on the subject. Mark has several decades of experience as a strength coach and is a former powerlifter. Also known for his brash teaching style and humor, which can be seen in many of the videos found here.
Article from TheRXReview.com By Katie Hogan Katie Hogan gives us an insight into what she packs in her bag when heading to CrossFit or Functional Fitness competition. I get emails all the time from first-time competitors asking for advice before their first competition. I usually like to write some words of encouragement and a reminder […]
Article from anthonymychal.com Living in a way that mimics our ancient ancestors? Harking back to an innocent and pure time to live a better life? Eating…bacon? I get you, Paleo Revolution. You make sense. Somehow. Not to flaunt my flavor, but I’ve been “going barefoot” since 2001. You don’t often wear shoes tricking. I’m pretty paleo […]
Article from BreakingMuscle.com Chet Morjaria Contributor – Strength Training and Olympic Weightlifting If you are anything like me, there are not many things in life that can put you in a bad mood. Most of the time it’s not worth it. However, having a ‘bad’ training session used to have me walking around with a […]