By Joel Seedman, PhD (04/02/15)
Great comprehensive article by Joel, must read!
By Bret Contreras (on)
Wanna know how to perform the most popular butt exercise? Take a look!
By Joel Jamieson
Can’t stop learning from this guy…
By Lance Goyke (on July 29, 2015)
Exercise gets more useful (not to mention more interesting) when you turn it into a science experiment. The easiest way to do that is to get a heart rate monitor…
By Mike Robertson (on August 15, 2016)
If you’re over the age of 30, chances are you realize you can’t train like you used to…
By Tavis Bruce (on March 2, 2016)
Is there a Physiological Rationale for Cryotherapy? Despite its popularity and widespread use, the evidence in support of cryotherapy remains equivocal…
By Christian Thibaudeau (12/12/15)
Regular stretching often does more harm than good, especially for lifters and strength athletes. Here’s why…
By Brad Kaczamarski (11/28/07)
Although older, this article is very interesting – especially if you like percentages!
By Dean Somerset (10/02/15)
Are they pointless or practical?
By Travis Pollen
Good short and informative read!
By Tony Gentilcore (12/11/15)
Great tip by great Tony!
By Josh Bryant, Joe Giandonato (07/10/13)
The most successful athletes can harness their strength instantly…
By Buddy Moris
To put it simply, SPEED is the ultimate weapon in athletics…
By Mike Robertson (on December 15, 2015)
The debate between unilateral (single-leg) versus bilateral (double-leg) lifts has raged on for nearly a decade…
By Dean Somerset
Stretching might not be as helpful as you think, but this article will explain what will actually help…