Today's Edge: Just because the internet says an exercise is great, it doesn't mean it's great for you. Have you ever tried classic deadlifts and had trouble with form, pain or both? Before you give up on deadlifts all together try this landmine variation.
Today's Edge: I've posted before about how eggs are super nutritious, how they don't cause the cholesterol problems like many folks blame them for, and how evidence suggests that consuming 2-3 eggs per day is part of a healthy eating approach. Choosing the right eggs can be confusing. Let's make sense of all of the marketing jargon surrounding eggs so you can make the healthiest choice:
Cardio tends to be the go-to mode of exercise because it's easy to do on autopilot. This isn't a message to say cardio is bad; it's not.
The supplement aisle shouldn't be the first place you turn for vitamin D3. It's easy to get carried away with vitamin D3 supplementation. Try these 3 sources first:
Today's Edge: Friends don't let friends bear crawl with bad form.
What if your approach to networking is all wrong? Everyone is trying to grow their network when they should be trying to strengthen it.
It's not good enough to work hard in the offseason. You need to work hard on the right stuff:
Agility and change of direction speed are independent skills (read: different skills). However, many people continue to train and test them in the same way (shocking, I know…but as TDAE blog readers, you don’t have to be one of these people).
Push-ups done with poor form can cause low back pain and shoulder problems. Use this checklist to make sure you're a push-up pro 💪🏻:
Today's Edge: There could be some sneaky but easy to fix things that could be contributing to your low back pain: