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Figure Out The Best Training Option For Your Unique Circumstances

Can’t decide between the myriad ways to get your sweat on? You’re not alone. There are so many choices: that new program everyone’s ... Continue reading
Sustainable Resistance

When force is applied at a high rate of tension, in most systems, there will be eventual failure or fatigue that accumulates. Humans are set up in a s... Continue reading
What Happens In The Gym Stays In The Gym Part 2: Technical Tips For Coaches and Gym Owners

Last month, we talked about the best ways to ensure privacy for people at your gym (pro tip: don’t post pictures of people in the dressing room ... Continue reading
What Happens At The Gym Stays At The Gym

Last month, Playboy model Dani Mathers got on Snapchat and posted a photograph body shaming someone she saw at the dressing room of her gym in Los Ang... Continue reading
Training To Run A Race

Are you looking for a new fitness challenge? Training to run a race is an excellent way to shake up your normal workout routine. Whether it’s a ... Continue reading
Why You Should Get Outside (Especially If You Work Out Where You Work)

Spring is coming, but many of us are still living in all kinds of cold right now. As I write, it’s 27 degrees here in Philadelphia, with the kin... Continue reading
True or False: Barefoot Running is Better for You and More Efficient

  People have been running barefoot for most of human history. Specialist running shoes are a relatively recent invention, first appearing in th... Continue reading
Simple Dumbbell Workouts You Can Do Anywhere

Dumbbells are everywhere: gyms, hotels, schools, your grandparent’s basement… there are bound to be a range of dumbbells lying around som... Continue reading
10 Tips for Better Coaching

I have coached for thousands of hours in CrossFit gyms in New York City and Kansas City, Missouri. I have worked with absolute beginners, has-beens, a... Continue reading
True or False: Running on Hard Surfaces Is Bad for Your Knees

Tell me if these suggestions sound familiar: Find a soft grassy field to do sprints. Stick to trails instead of pavement when you can. Enjoy the sprin... Continue reading
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