January 29, 2015
It’s time to put some thought and intention into your preworkout routine.
By Bob LeFavi, Ph.D., CSCS, USAW December 18, 2014
This is an exciting time in fitness. The entire fitness industry seems to adapt and change to a new way of thinking just when the ideas of the previous trend have moved beyond maturity. The running boom of the 1970s gave way to the “aerobics”
By Chris Logan December 8, 2014
Few things set back a training program like leaving home for a vacation or business trip. When travel is on the horizon, many people justify the workouts missed as a “much-needed break from the gym
By Eric Velazquez, NSCA-CPT October 9, 2014
Sometimes, you just can’t manage to get to your local CrossFit affiliate. Sometimes, you want to cram as much work into a half-hour as possible. And sometimes, you just flat-out want to test your
By Eric Velazquez, NSCA-CPT October 7, 2014
The emergence of CrossFit into the global fitness mainstream has exposed its lift-for-sport athletes for what they really are: awesome. And one of the effects that said awesomeness has on people who
By Chris Logan October 2, 2014
Like a golf swing or a high jump, Olympic-style weightlifting is one of those sports skills so steeped in technique that a seminar on the topic always seems to funnel down to basic physics. For the
By Bob LeFavi, Ph.D., CSCS, USAW September 10, 2014
Have you ever been asked to evaluate someone’s movement and knew there was something wrong but just couldn’t find the right words to explain the problem? Join the crowd.
Fact is, most athletes can see that a particular movement is inefficient
By Eric Velazquez, NSCA-CPT August 28, 2014
CrossFit Advanced (crossfitadvanced.com) coach Justin Ziegler has had it with “arm climbers.” Getting up that rope is a full-body activity and should be treated as such. Not convinced? Maybe this
By Chris Logan August 20, 2014
Some workouts are tougher than others. You might breeze through a “Diane,” struggle with a “Nancy” and barely get through a “Daniel.” But then there are the WODs that exceed mere tough status — the workouts that beat you down, make you play mind
By Bob LeFavi, Ph.D., CSCS, USAW August 14, 2014
In all my work with athletes over the past 25 years, the most impressive group I have ever seen in regards to the combination of power, strength, muscular and cardiovascular endurance, overall fitness
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