Take a look behind the scenes at Damian Lillard’s offseason workout routine.
Some quick and easy (and healthy) recipes, Greek yogurt, a book recommendation, the truth about carbs, and much more.
Supplementation is an important part of any exercise/nutrition/fitness program. Proper supplementation can help you gain strength, size, speed, or muscle (depending on your goal), and it can also help you cut fat, too.
However, if not done right, supplementation is a waste of money (at the very least), and also potentially dangerous and damaging to the body.
Read on to find out which supplements you should take, which ones you should avoid, and which ones are a waste of money.
Why you need to use the principle of progressive overload, five hacks to improve your training program, importance of single leg training, simple wrist pain fixes, and more.
The term “core training” is an overused buzzword in the fitness industry. It is applied to many exercises by many people who don’t really have a clear understanding of what the core is, how it actually works, and how it should be trained.
At the very least, you are probably wasting your time with a lot of your core training. And even worse, you are probably increasing your injury susceptibility.
Read on for more on how to train the core properly, safely, and effectively.
Erik Karlsson remains at the top, but how do the best of the rest stack up?
Andy O’Brien is primarily known in the hockey world as Sidney Crosby’s trainer, as they have been working together for over a decade. O’Brien also trains a variety of other athletes, including Canadian figure skater Patrick Chan.
And last summer, he started to work with Colorado center Matt Duchene. Duchene was coming off of a poor season statistically, and he was looking to get back on track. That started with training and nutrition, as O’Brien basically rebuilt Duchene in a lot of ways.
Read on for an interesting interview.