Getting bored with workouts at the gym? Take your workouts outside! Check out these hill workouts for ways to improve speed, strength, and endurance.
A productive off-season baseball training program determines performance for the upcoming season. Training should never completely stop at the end of a season, so let’s dive into what it takes to develop an effective off-season baseball training program.
It’s hard to tear a cycling enthusiast away from their bike. But getting into the gym a couple times a week is so important for strength, performance, and injury prevention. A simple, regular strength workout can take any cyclist to the next level.
Training with heavy weights leads to changes in body composition, performance, and strength. But the tempo at which athletes lift is often overlooked. Compensatory acceleration training can be used to increase power and lead to better performance for athletes.
Have you ever wondered what intensity brings to your clients’ workouts? Find out how you can safely achieve greater results by adding a little more intensity to your programming.
If you want a stronger core, planks are one way to help achieve this goal. Side planks can increase the strength of your midsection even more, especially when they involve these variations.
The art of bodybuilding is more like a science. It takes a planned, systematic approach. Here’s what do consider for your bodybuilding diet, training, periodization, and more.
Want to build more muscle? Beta-alanine can help. Here’s how, as well as a few tips for safe and effective supplementation.
Can a genetic test tell you if you have the potential to be a champion bodybuilder? Maybe, but more importantly, a lifestyle DNA test can provide information to refine workouts, nutrition, and goals. Help your clients understand their results, whether they’re destined to be good at bodybuilding.
To prevent injury and get an athlete back into action, you’ll need to know how to train in the current environment. The return to physical activity doesn’t have to be daunting, but it is necessary. Here’s what you need to know.
Are you thinking about powerlifting? Check out this article before you begin!
One of the most popular goals clients have is to lose fat and gain muscle. To help your clients hit that goal, you must be precise with several important factors. Learn more about the training and nutrition needed to help hit those goals.
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