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Running from Emotions

Many women raise their hands and identify emotional eating as a predicament that’s blocking their weight-loss progress. In this excerpt from their new bo...

Georgie Fear Aleisha Fetters

Running on Less and Why Weight “Loss” Doesn’t Work

In this introduction of their new book, Give Yourself MORE, George Fear and K. Aleisha Fetters describe why dieting doesn't work...and what they teach about how to actually lose weight.

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Rib Articulation Significance in Thoracic Spine Mobility

Taylor Lewis explains rib articulation to show how we can improve thoracic mobility by focusing on ribcage mobility.

Behind the Smile

In which Dave gives us a glimpse behind the scene of a magazine beach photoshoot

From the Couch to 1 mile or 1 kilometre

Greg Dea and Mitch Rowe offer their favorite program to get started running

Josh Hillis eating skills

Eating Skills—Josh Hillis

In this excerpt from Josh Hillis's book, Lean and Strong, Josh gives his introduction to eating skills.

Jeremy Hall and Rob Panariello: The System and the Rehab/Performance Continuum

Rehab and training are very similar entities. Rehab professionals and strength coaches seem to be at different ends of a continuum, but their work is often in the middle of those worlds...

Dan John: Earning the Next Level—Coach Robert Lualhati and Skyline College

In this excerpt from his new book, Dan John tells us about his experiences at Skyline College: growing up, learning what he was capable of and being prepared to step up to the next leve...

Thomas Plummer: The Evolution of a Trainer

Thomas Plummer’s cynical and humorous take on the fitness industry that he loves . . . where we all start and where we can finish with fulfillment.

Boris Bachmann: Getting Under the Bar — Squat Stretches and Drills

Properly racking the bar on your back for an effective squat is not always as simple as it seems. Do you know what ‘right’ feels like? Do you have old shoulder injuries? Flexibility...

Byron Chandler: Developing Chinning Ability

The traditional notion has always been that rows build thickness and chins build width. In reality, nothing can beat chinning for the lats . . . period. Let’s explore variations and p...