If you've decided to build your own training plan from the ground up, here's how to get started.
You'll never move on to the heavier kettlebells if you fail to master the basics of the jerk technique.
Simplicity isn't sexy, but it's the only "weird trick" you need to know.
Managing intensity and fatigue is the key to a well-rounded program.
First understand the science, then layer the art on top of it.
Just because an exercise or protocol isn't for you, doesn't give you license to berate everyone who does it.
Get strong, stay strong, and keep getting stronger by decoupling volume and intensity.
The one-arm press can't be beat for strength, power, or rehabilitation.
When your thoracic spine doesn't rotate, you're missing strength and inviting injury elsewhere.
At some point, life will force you to rise up when you want to hide. Be ready.
Reconnecting with fitness after having a baby takes time, patience, and respect for your new body.
The key to superior work capacity is simple conditioning, not continuous high intensity work.
From squats to double unders, training your feet is the first step to unlocking your best performance yet.
The best program is one written just for you, but when does personalization become counterproductive?
Interval training will dial in your pace so you have plenty left in the tank on race day.
Bodybuilding is about more than bicep curls; it's about creating a healthier, more muscular body for the long haul.
Swinging the kettlebell overhead is unsafe, unhealthy, and unhelpful.