Interview with Charles Staley About Strength and Fitness

If you’re not familiar with Charles Staley, let me introduce you to a world-renown strength and conditioning coach, a well-accomplished powerlifter, and a prolific fitness writer. Charles is a tall, somewhat lanky, but quite muscular, competitive powerlifter who can squat … Continued

30 Years, 30 Fitness Lessons (Get This Stuff Right)

I turned 30 this year. I don’t remember exactly when it happened, but about ten years ago, I started to realize how little I actually know. It’s called “growing up,” I guess. And while the sheer magnitude of what I … Continued

5 Beginner-Level Bridge Exercise Progressions

How to Work Up to the Full Bridge Exercise Gradually and Safely (Even if You’re Not a Flexible Yoga Gal) The bridge exercise is useful for building strength and flexibility of the back and spine, among many other things. Unfortunately, … Continued

5 Things You Can’t Out-Train No Matter How Hard You Try

posted in: Miscellaneous, Uncategorized | 3

Most people know that you can’t out-train a bad diet.  If you don’t eat well, you won’t look, feel, or perform well either. Garbage in, garbage out. But a poor diet is NOT the only thing you can’t out-train. This … Continued

1 2 3 4 94