Bodybuilding, powerlifting, CrossFit, running: Which one will mess you up the most and how can you prevent it?
Burn your foam roller and give the tennis ball to the dog. You're going to learn how to fix sticky muscles and bust up adhesions using nothing but your hands.
Take your lifting preparation as seriously as you take your lifting. That doesn't mean you have to devote half an hour to it. Here's what to do instead.
Compression wrapping is an inexpensive way to treat those troublesome knees, wrists, and elbows. Here's how to do it.
Your quest for big, strong arms can get stopped in its tracks if you suffer a triceps injury. Here's how to prevent it.
Keeping the tibia vertical, increasing hip flexor length, step-ups, and other novel tricks to fix those bum knees.
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.
Got knee pain? Don’t skip leg day. Use these single-leg lifts to build your legs and strengthen your knees.
Forget everything your gym teacher taught you about rehabbing an injury. Here are some controversial approaches to healing fast, starting from the bottom up.
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.
Short but sweet corrective complexes that give method to the mobility madness.
Think foam rolling hurts? Try using a tennis ball on trigger points. Here’s how.
Here’s how to fix your achy knees, prevent injury, and keep the squats coming. Check it out.
How to stretch your most problematic muscle groups. This is gonna hurt.
Hardcore training needs to incorporate (smart) hardcore stretching. Here’s why.
Fifteen foam rolling techniques that'll get you ready for the gym much better than stretching.
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.
Q & A with one of the world's premier strength coaches.