Doing something is better than doing nothing when it comes to getting our bodies moving. Sam Strasfeld breaks down why it’s foolish to make perfect the enemy of the good and offers a quickie workout to help all fitness Ninjas on that quest.
Ever wonder how your gut and your heart are related? Answer: They can both help you take control of your workout and recovery. Let Coach Fury tell you the story of how it all started in a toilet in Tokyo….
Ever find yourself away from your beloved MFF, still wanting to work out, but it’s been so long since you’ve been to a “Muggle gym” that you’re feeling unsure of what to do? Robbie Farlow has some great tips and sample workouts that will leave you feeling confident and ready to get fit wherever you are.
Have you ever struggled with hitting higher intensities in the gym or feelings of sluggishness around your period and wondered why? You’re not alone. Elizabeth Stacey Ellis has three strong AF workout templates to meet womxn where they’re at!
Ever feel overwhelmed by the onslaught of advice about how to get better at your workout? Sometimes it’s easier than you think. With a few simple ideas and some hard work, you can get there. Tanner’s got some common sense tips about how you can improve your lifting and get yourself stronger.
You’ve heard about return on investment (ROI), but what about taking stock of the ROI in your life? Wheels gives us some guidance on how to look at the choices we make, and how they affect our life’s ROI.
Ever wonder how to take the strength you get lifting weights and make it work outside the gym? Take a look at one girl’s story and find out how to turn yourself into a badass of power.
Running is a fundamental way for humans to express movement. However if you hate running and you’re doing it for fat loss… you’re blowing it.
Do you ever find yourself letting an injury get in the way of living your fitness dreams? A minor setback doesn’t have to keep you from getting stronger. MFF Trainer Ayse Billi has five great tips to keep perspective when you’re working through an obstacle.
What if you could improve your lifts and burn more fat without changing what you’re actually doing at the gym? Here’s a small but important modification to make to the way you’re approaching your reps.