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How to Crush Your Entire Body in 10 Minutes Using One Weight Plate

Workouts have a tendency to taper off toward the end. You crush your exercises at the beginning, then everything gets progressively less intense. T...

How to Do a Plank Without Wasting Your Time

The definite guide on how to do a plank The world record for the plank is five hours and 15 seconds by George Hood. HOLY SMOKES, that's an impressive...

The Plank Workout That Helps You Get Faster

It does not matter if you are either a sprinter or distance runner, a strong core will help your running performance and you will become faster. Planks...

Try This Bodyweight Circuit When You Can't Get to the Gym

An at-home bodyweight workout is incredibly beneficial for maintaining overall strength. Bodyweight training is often overlooked for athletes because...

5 Essential Strength Exercises for Runners

Running is an excellent way to stay in shape, whether its for general fitness or a specific sport. Not only does it provide stellar physical benefits...

Take Your Workout Outdoors With This Brutally Challenging Circuit

It's officially nice outside again! The long hours of being in a stuffy gym all winter are through! Be happy! It's now time to for your outdoor workout...

Try This Bodyweight Hill Workout to Improve Your Strength and Endurance

Take Your Game to New Heights with This Off-Season Uphill Full-Body Workout By Jim Carpentier, CSCS Switching from sprinting, jumping, or performing...

4 Exercises Missing From Your Training Programming and Why You Need Them

The perfect program doesn't exist, but we can always work toward putting together the most optimal program for our athlete in their given situation. ...

Want a Stronger Core? Plug This Side Plank Variation Into Your Routine

The Side Plank is a mainstay in core training. Whether you use it as an intended activation drill or as a core strength training progression, you l...

The Side Plank Test That Humbled Me in a Hurry

Your core is more than just your abs. Athletic definitions of the "core" often include muscles not only in your abdomen, but also your pelvis, hips...

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