The Training Lab is the knowledge hub for online Strength and Conditioning content. We have curated articles designed to empower coaches, personal trainers, and athletes to Be Your Best. This isn’t some fitness blog trying to sell you a cheap diet or a new magic pill. Our writers are sourced from the top minds in the strength training industry.
Whether you are a coach looking to expand your training tactics or an athlete looking for the best workouts. We cover a wide variety of topics including; weightlifting exercises, coaching techniques, athlete psychology, sports performance, and injury prevention. And much more. The Training Lab is a forum to share knowledge within a vast network of coaches and athletes around the globe.
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Author: Kelli Fox
You don’t need a ton of equipment and DIY weightlifting machines to build a home gym. In this article, our Senior UX designer, Kelli tells us how she built her minimal home gym setup starting with just a couple dumbbells.
Author: Brian Haveri
When you are building a home gym on a budget, deciding what equipment to buy and how to best use your space can be a challenge. To give you some inspiration we asked some of the TrainHeroic team to tell us how they built their home and garage gym setups.
Author: TrainHeroic Team
We all know that compound lifts are important to training. But it’s also important to add variety to your workouts. In this article, we will go over 3 exercise variations that you can add to your strength training routine. These exercises are not only great for those looking to shake up their workouts, but also for those who may not have a barbell lying around in their home gym setup.
Author: TrainHeroic Team
Improving your mobility can help you workout for longer, reduces joint pain, and can reduce the risk of injury. In this guide you’ll learn more about mobility, who it impacts, why you should be focusing on it no matter what your age or training history, and how to tame common mobility hot spots from head to toe.
Author: Tim DiFrancesco
When you are preparing for any type of training session it’s important to properly ready your muscles for action. In this article, Tim tells us how to effectively warm up and how to avoid your warm up becoming too long, elaborate, and gimmicky.
Author: Jim Kielbaso
In this article, Jim talks through the distinct differences between training and exercising and gives us some insight into why he believes having a system to log your training results is the most important tool in your training arsenal.