Think foam rolling hurts? Try using a tennis ball on trigger points. Here’s how.
Injuries are as much a part of the iron game as plates, dumbbells, and chalk. Here’s what to do when it happens.
Few injuries are as debilitating as knee pain. Here's what to do when yours strikes.
Stretching... it doesn't decrease soreness, prevent injury, or even improve your performance. The truth has been stretched too far for too long. Let's put it in its place.
Compression wrapping is an inexpensive way to treat those troublesome knees, wrists, and elbows. Here's how to do it.
No recovery, no progress. Here are four recovery methods every serious lifter or athlete should be using.
Bodybuilding, powerlifting, CrossFit, running: Which one will mess you up the most and how can you prevent it?
Foam rolling, stretching, kinesio tape, and icing after an injury have all been pretty much debunked. Here's what you should do instead.
For decades, gym goers and athletes stretched before workouts and competitions. Then stretching became “bad.” Here's the real story.
Four of these rehab methods are great... and two are wasting your money. Here's what works and what doesn't. Bonus: Videos of the best techniques!
Don't waste all your training time warming up. But don't skip the warm-up either. Get primed to lift in just 6 minutes. Here's how.
Back in my small hometown in Texas, some of the more eccentric churches would hold these great tent revivals. Even if we didn't like their particular style of religion, we would still sit out in our cars and watch just for the sheer entertainment value of the show.
Nagging joint pain - everyone deals with it at some point. But don't think a little time off is going to cure it. Be proactive to get long-term relief. Here's how.
Does your butt hurt on long car rides? Need frequent trips to the chiropractor? Have pain down your leg? Here's the problem and how to fix it.
Science shows you can improve mobility without stretching. Here's how.
Feeling banged up from lifting or sports? Here are some cool new ways to prevent and treat common problems.
Break up the scar tissue that reduces flexibility, contractibility, and blood flow using a roller and a lacrosse ball. Here's how.