The internet can be a wonderful source of free consumer fitness information. Here you will find a listing of websites we recommend for no-nonsense information, interesting articles, and links to recommended products, equipment, and organizations that we support.
The list is not comprehensive, but it's a good starting point for some really great sites. We didn't include any individual blogs here, but a lot of the authors on these sites also host fantastic personal blog sites.
www.t-muscle.com - Probably the best overall site for information on anything fitness related from some of the most well known authorities in the industry. The writing can be a bit irreverent, but the information is top notch.
www.strengthcoach.com - Fantastic site hosted by strength coach extraordinaire Mike Boyle. A yearly membership is required in order to access most of the content, but it’s well worth the money.
www.elitefts.com - A website dedicated entirely to lifting things up and putting them down. This sight also offers an excellent weekly newsletter loaded with great articles from industry leaders.
www.sportsrehabexpert.com - This is another pay site dedicated solely to providing access to the latest and greatest information coming out of the world of sports medicine. Although this is more of a site for practitioners in the field, the information on this site is second to none for anyone looking to rehab an injury.
www.higher-faster-sports.com - Kelly Baggett’s website. Kelly is a super smart guy who spends all of his time thinking about how to make athletes run faster and jump higher.
www.alanaragon.com - For $10 per month, Alan culls through a massive amount of up to date research on training and nutrition, and provides a summary of the month's most interesting research studies for people in the health and fitness field.
www.performbetter.com - Our go-to supplier for exercise equipment and education resources. Truly the best selection and customer service of any major equipment supplier out there.
www.functionalmovement.com - Gray Cook’s Functional Movement Screen homepage is well worth checking out both for its original content and for finding qualified coaches across the country.
www.nsca-lift.org - The National Strength and Conditioning Association's main page is the starting place for anyone who is interested in getting certified as either a personal trainer or strength coach