Take this quick test to find out. The result will determine how you should best train work capacity.
Use these two tools to increase discipline, boost mental toughness, and get more done.
Get out of your comfort zone. Literally. Here's why you need to train outside and a few fun ways to do it.
You've seen it. You've done it. We all do it. Stop doing it.
If you love the way the ladder method simplifies training, use it for your entire workout. Here's how.
Sounds crazy, but counting how many times you can make a dot on a page with a pencil can tell you a lot about your nervous system. Info here.
This training method adds volume and builds strength, size, and endurance while getting you ripped. It's also fun. Here's how to do it.
Even if your diet is perfect, sometimes fat loss just comes to a halt. Why? Because you're overlooking one crucial thing in your training. Here it is.
This simple test will tell you a lot about how much mobility, flexibility, or posture work you need. Check it out.
If strength, health, and longevity are what you're after, then you should be able to easily pass these tests. If not, you have work to do.
This simple plan involves "sneaking up" on reps in the pull-up. It just takes a few minutes per day. Check it out.
Three things every lifter and athlete should be doing. Get the details here.
The more efficient you are at an exercise, the less fat you'll burn. Here's why, plus a better way.
Improve your conditioning, grip strength, traps and just about everything else with this tough test.
Ramp up your conditioning with only one kettlebell and your bodyweight. Here's the workout.
Can you pull two reps of at least 315 pounds every minute? If not you're either weak or out of shape. Check out the test.
A simple workout program that will help you break multiple personal records in just 8 weeks. Guaranteed.
Take this quick test of grip strength, then ramp it up and see if you can pass the 5 minute pull-up challenge.
Deadlifts, overhead presses, and farmer's walks are the most important exercises. Here's why.
Want to deadlift more, squat more, and become a stronger, more athletic human being? Then you gotta build some anaconda strength. Here's how.
Teach yourself to eat more vegetables, do more pull-ups, lift more weight, or anything else you think you should be doing. Here's how.
Fitness pros have bastardized some simple concepts, either in an attempt to show off or because they're ignorant. It ends here.
You can make strength training really complicated or you can make it really simple. Let's keep it simple and get wicked strong.
These straight-talking, common sense “commandments” ought to be emblazoned on the walls of every lifting facility in the world.
Let's improve the fields of fitness and strength training. How? By calling out these five types of jackwagons.