Train Smarter Not Harder

There seems to be a theme in fitness these days regarding intensity. Check out any number of YouTube videos or social media updates and they all seem to be tagged with descriptions of beast mode, strong is the new sexy or something similar. Read more…

Mom-Specific Fitness Training

With it being Mother’s Day weekend it only seems appropriate that we dedicate this post to to all the mom’s out there. And besides a dedication for all the great things mom’s do here are some things to keep in mind for training mom’s. Read more…

More Frequent Exposures for Better Results

In my last post I talked about how training with a sibling can help push you further than many other conditions can. And one thing my brother started doing with his training lead to great increases in size and strength. Read more…

The Superficial Back Line

What are your problem areas? You know what I mean? Read more…

Rotational Core Training

It seems like a core training is a staple of every training program regardless of the goal. Read more…

Rolling patterns for health and performance

So how do you roll? I don’t mean this in terms of your style but more as to how you move. Read more…

Easy way to sprint 5% faster

It’s hard to find a sport where having less speed would be an advantage. And in this case we would have to be talking about sports that are objectively measured i.e. faster,higher,stronger as opposed to subjectively measured with judging. Read more…

Why stretching might be bad for you

It seems like there are certain things in life where there isn’t such a thing as too much of a good thing. Read more…

3 takeaways from Hawaii

I’m just finishing a vacation with my family in Hawaii. And it’s been a great week to spend time together and relax. Read more…

Good Exercise Done Wrong – Stir the Pot

There are a few staples most people look to include in their workouts regardless of the goal. It doesn’t matter if the goal is weight loss, sports performance or rehab everyone recognizes the value of doing some type of core work. Read more…