By: Pete McCall

Movement

Six Benefits of Training Grip Strength, and Eight Exercises to Strengthen Your Grip

Core? Check. Glutes? Check. Arms? Check. Grip strength? … Ahem, grip strength? …. One of the most overlooked components of many...

Movement

Want a Better, More Effective Core Workout? Conquer the Kettlebell Windmill

Even though the modern fitness industry is still relatively young, we have developed specific traditions along with many habits, some good...

Mindset

Four Lessons I Learned From Watching Super Bowl LIII

It is extremely entertaining to watch the top professionals in any particular field perform their craft. Actors in a Broadway play,...

Movement

Four Moves to Train the Inner Thighs

Have you ever wanted to target specific areas of your body? How about the inner thighs (which are technically called your...

Mindset

10 Movement-Related Intentions to Set Instead of Resolutions

As the calendar makes the inevitable transition from one year to the next, there is an annual ritual that takes place...

Movement

Eight Fitness Tips for Road Warriors and Holiday Travelers

Throughout history, man has attempted to conquer air travel—often with disastrous results. But thanks to the engineering ingenuity of the Wright...

Lifestyle

15 Common Fitness Terms and What They Really Mean

In modern society, every subculture has its own terminology and verbiage—the fitness subculture is no different. A few years ago, saying...

Lifestyle

Nine Pieces of Underused Workout Equipment That Can Work for You

The funny thing about the fitness industry is that, for some reason, everyone is always looking for the next “big thing”—specifically...

Lifestyle

Learn How to Work Out, Eat and Recover During Your 80s and 90s

We can’t stop the aging process, but we can take steps to slow it down or even help reverse some of...

Lifestyle

Learn How to Work Out, Eat and Recover During Your 60s and 70s

We can’t stop the aging process, but we can take steps to slow it down or even help reverse some of...

Lifestyle

Learn How to Work Out, Eat and Recover During Your 40s and 50s

We can’t stop the aging process, but we can take steps to slow it down or even help reverse some of...

Lifestyle

Learn How to Work Out, Eat and Recover During Your 20s and 30s

Here’s a scary thought: You’re the oldest you’ve ever been. Right now. Until we develop the ability to travel back in...

Mindset

Why Meditation Should Be a Part of Your Fitness Routine

Technology companies are in the business of selling you new technology, so why are companies like Google and Apple exploring ways...

Movement

A Workout Your Future Self Will Thank You For

The landscape of fitness is constantly evolving and innovating. Now more than ever, we have many ways to work up a...

Future Forward

Working Out the Future of Movement

In just the last decade, Zumba has become a global sensation, CrossFit has gone from underground obscurity to prime-time competition on cable TV, and “boutique” now refers to a fitness studio and not simply a clothing shop.

Movement

Use Newton’s Laws of Physics to Work Out Smarter

If you’ve ever seen an episode (or 10) of “The Big Bang Theory,” then you know this popular TV show is...

Mindset

Want to Change Your Body? Change Your Mindset With These Seven Mental Shifts

In modern society, we are constantly bombarded with images of lean, muscular, well-built people to promote the concept of fitness. Marketers...

Movement

Seven Reasons Why Obstacle-Course Racing Can Help You Prepare for the Game of Life

My legs are hurting, my lungs are burning, and I’m covered in grime from trying to scale a dirt hill turned...

Movement

Three Moves to Train Your Fascial System

Picture a young boy playing on a playground. What do you see? A little boy playing is a bundle of energy...

Movement

Four Different Types of Strength and How to Train for Each of Them

Bodybuilders. Powerlifters. Olympic weightlifters. Strongman competitors. CrossFit Games athletes. They are all doing similar types of training, so why do...

Movement

10 Often-Overlooked Benefits of Cardiovascular Training

Cardio workouts do more than just advance your health goals—they can enhance your social and work life, too. Running. Cycling. Swimming....

Movement

A Workout to Get Your Adrenaline Pumping

Adrenaline is a powerful tool that can fuel your workout and leave you feeling great—and it’s all thanks to a hormone...

Movement

Why Having a Specific Goal Isn’t Always Necessary in Fitness

You don’t have to have a goal to work out if you just enjoy the process and overall benefits of fitness....

Movement

Six Benefits of Group Fitness Workouts

Hop off the treadmill, take off your headphones and join a group fitness class for more than just the physical benefits....

Movement

Six Benefits of Sprint Training

Why you should be adding sprints to your workout routine—even if you hate running. Essentially, all you need to start a...

Movement

Six Workout Programs to Keep Seeing Results

Six workout programs that will keep your muscles challenged and your gym time effective. Heraclitus, a philosopher in ancient Greece, once...

Movement

Outdoor Workouts for Eight Major Cities

Whether you’re visiting for work or on vacation, or just live there, here are outdoor exercise options for eight major U.S....

Movement

Five Lower-Body Moves to do Instead of Squats

Firm your booty and shape your legs for summer with these five movements that aren’t squats. What do Jennifer Lopez, Kim...

Movement

Six Hacks for Stronger Muscles

Train your body to be stronger with these simple movement alterations. The English language is a fascinating thing. It’s existed for...

Movement

Seven Ways to Play at the Gym

Treat the gym like your playground to make your movement a little more fun. When we were young, play was our...