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How to Get More Out of Your High-Intensity Workouts

If you've ever visited a gym anytime in this past couple of years, you've probably been introduced to the concept of a high intensity workout. High...

By: Gary Moller

Use Drop Sets to Build Muscle Strength and Size

Athletes that have been training for long enough will start to noticed reduced effectiveness from their normal training routines. When this is the case...

By: David Scott-McDowell

Build Full-Body Strength and Endurance With This Trap Bar Challenge

https://www.instagram.com/p/BStJdcCg9d3/ If you're in need of a grueling workout finisher that will push you to the limit physically and mentally, then...

By: Kevin Warren

Use High-Intensity Continuous Training to Improve Power and Endurance

Recently, this High Intensity Continuous Training article inspired me to learn and perform this protocol. Mike Robertson is a leader in our field for...

By: Samuel Feldman

Why Some Athletes Have Trouble Losing Fat (And What They Can Do About It)

Having goals is essential for staying consistent with your workout routine. Your goals are what often keep you motivated and excited about getting your...

By: Mike Sirani

Latest Videos in High Intensity

3 Core Exercises for High Intensity Athletes

In Cleveland, Ohio, CTown CrossFit coach Mitch Lowry demonstrates a high-intensity, 3-exercise workout for a strong core. Lowry explains how to perform Hollow Holds, Dead Bugs and a Sit-Up variation for core strength.

Improve Your High-Intensity Training With Heart Rate Tracking

In Cleveland, Ohio, CTown CrossFit coach Mitch Lowry explains the benefits of tracking your heart rate for high-intensity workouts. Lowry describes how to easily incorporate heart rate tracking into your workouts with the Polar M600 watch.

Turn Any Exercise into a HIIT Training Routine

Club Med Academies Performance Specialist Sara Gauvreau shows you how to turn any exercise into a HIIT exercise.

Marcel Pastoor on the Spectrum of Football Training

Marcel Pastoor, associate strength and conditioning coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers, talks about incorporating different training philosophies into your regimen.