It's easy to get caught up in the latest and greatest of anything, but sometimes, going back to where things started is just as good and can be much less expensive.
What do you do when you're faced with a week off from your usual training?
Attaining goals – especially physical goals (losing weight, getting stronger, etc) – seems like it should be a fairly straightforward process. But it's not always as easy as it seems.
Before honing in on one specific trait in your workouts that will make you a winner, be sure that you first have the baseline fitness you need for your particular activity.
"An exercise is only good for you if you can do it." That's a pretty "duh" statement, isn't it? But are you spinning your wheels with such efforts?
In many strength-training circles, there is quite a bit of prejudice for any sort of vanity training; any sort of training chiefly aimed at making you look better. But vanity can pay off.
Strength and conditioning coach Matt "Wiggy" Wiggins weighs in on whether certain equipment is interchangeable.
When it comes to working out, there are definite right ways and wrong way. Matt "Wiggy" Wiggins talks about the right way to add bodyweight exercises to your workout.
Ever wonder how you always seem to mess up your New Year's resolutions? When it comes to fitness, Matt "Wiggy" Wiggins has a simple solution... rip off the band-aid!
Jumping jacks can make you a better fighter... Yes, jumping jacks.
Sometimes you have to re-calibrate your mental toughness if you want to raise the bar and take your training to new heights. Learn how.
There is a key principle in business called the "Pareto Principle" or the "80/20 rule." Read on to find out how the Pareto Principle can apply to your workouts, whether your a fighter or an ...
Yes, you need to work hard to get results, but you also have to work smart. In short, don't beat yourself up says Strength & Conditioning coach Matt "Wiggy" Wiggins.
It's no secret that injuries are playing a bigger and bigger role in the sport of mixed martial arts, but the question is: why and what can be done to prevent them?
Fresh off of his Daytona 500 victory, NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. stopped by the set of UFC Tonight on Wednesday and talked about stepping in the ring to train MMA with his cousin.