The Top Article of the Week
Strength Training For Women: Setting the Record Straight— Greg Nuckols
Are there really differences between men’s and women’s ability to gain strength and muscle?
If so, what are the implications for program design?
Read on to find out in this week’s top article.
The Three Truths of Habit Change for Fitness — Trish DaCosta
Hand-Me-Down Workouts and What’s Fashionable — Dean Somerset
The Struggle of a Digital Immigrant — Jessie Kneeland
What Are Probiotics Good For? (Science Says You Might Be Wasting Your Money) — Brittany Risher, Born Fitness
Balance and the Big Picture — Chad Aichs, Elite FTS
The Oppressiveness of Rationality — David Dellanave
How to Get Back to the Gym After a Long Break — Eric Bach
7 Abused and Misused Training Methods — Nick Tumminello, T Nation
Signs Your Client May Be Suffering From an Eating Disorder— Sarah Herstich, Girls Gone Strong
Breaking the Silence on Male Eating Disorders — James Fell
5 Ways to Stick to Our Diet When Our Family Rejects It— Ines Subashka
Tip: 6 Ways to Build Muscle While Dieting — Akash Vaghela, T Nation
Four Things Procrastinators Need to Learn — David Cain
How to Create Meaningful Connection and Build Trust With Person-Focused Coaching — Molly Galbraith, Girls Gone Strong
How to Curate A Winning Gym Culture — Tony Gentilcore
3 Strategic Steps For Fitness Business Growth — Ryan Ketchum