Workouts

This 12-week cycle of Breaking Muscle gymnastics workouts increase your strength and flexibility while boosting muscular endurance.
These workouts combine kettlebell swings, bodyweight core movements, and yoga sequences.
Follow this cycle of Strongman workouts to improve explosive strength and increase your max lifts.
This cycle of kettlebell workouts focuses on increasing coordination, explosive power, core strength, and overall conditioning while protecting joint mobility.
Build a good base of work capacity and strength by manipulating volume and intensity in the early off-season.
The intention of this program is to increase maximum strength for hockey players. Build strength to improve your speed, power, and agility on the ice.
This is a twelve week sport specific program designed for rowing. The goal of this program is to increase strength and power while also preventing injury.
Neutralize your misalignment before it sticks for good.
Follow this twelve week program and get to the next level with your speed and power.
This cycle of the bodyweight workout will focus on holds, strength, and flexibility using arm balances, inversions, and deep flexibility work.
This cycle of the Mature Athlete workouts is a unique 24-week fitness program. Weeks 1-12 focus on winning a Master's swimming event. Weeks 13-24 emphasize winning a 5k run event.
The workouts in this 12-week cycle will be twenty minutes or less, with plenty of time to focus on flexibility, agility, and recovery.
This 12-week cycle of bodyweight workouts focuses on developing balance and strength with the use of one-limbed movements.
Sneak away from your desk for six minutes for one of these brief but intense workouts.
Revisit the basics of training to get your progress back on track.
From beginners facing the PFT for the first time to advanced trainees looking to ace the test for a special unit, Stew Smith has created an adaptable yet focused four- to twelve-week program for you.
A CrossFitter's first muscle up is a major milestone achieved by hard work and technique. Thirty muscle ups in a row requires real programming and great technique.