High Intensity Continuous Training (HICT) utilizes two of the body's three energy systems, making it an ideal metabolic conditioning workout for lifters.
Sprinting is awesome. Pulling a hammie isn't. Here's exactly how to prevent that.
Do more work and recover from it easily. Build your work capacity and become more useful, in the gym and out. Here's how.
Strip fat and build muscle with super short workouts and some basic equipment you already own.
If you're going to commit yourself to the drudgery of using an indoor cardio machine, you might as well get the most bang for your buck.
Combine a plate push with push-ups and what do you get? One of the best conditioning combos in the history of armpit sweat.
Improve your resting heart rate, recover faster, and live longer. It's incredibly easy to do, but most lifters avoid it.
Yes... and no. Here's what every smart lifter needs to consider.
New research shows short bouts of high-intensity cardio done throughout the day work just as well as doing them all at once. Info here.
A one-rep max on the bench press only measures a fraction of your real strength. Can you pass this more complete list of tests?
All you need is one dumbbell and a hefty amount of mental fortitude.
And it doesn't have to take hours. Here's why you need to get your heart and lungs working now.
These workout finishers do more than build work capacity; they build muscle too.
Apply the principles of Soviet depth-jump training to push-ups and kettlebell swings to build unreal explosiveness and strength.