mobility

Complement your triathlon program with focus on posture, strength, and mobility.
Neutralize your misalignment before it sticks for good.
Tim Anderson uses simple, approachable movements based on the fundamentals of childhood development to restore the body to its original, strong state.
It's tempting to just kick up against the wall, but preparing your wrists will yield a much stronger and more stable position.
These five movements will help you narrow down what flexibility issues are holding back your progress.
You've been crushing your workouts all week, but before you kick back for the weekend, give your body a little love.
Your spine is supposed to do so much more than remain rigid.
We are not lumps of clay that can be molded by tugging on things. Our nervous systems are actually what is in charge.
Basic movement resets can help alleviate shoulder pain during resisted pressing.
If you find yourself reaching for the wraps for every workout, it's time to give your wrists some daily TLC.
Until you fix the root cause for your tight hamstrings, you are chasing a never-ending problem.
Stabilization of the lumbar spine and pelvis is necessary for any athletic endeavor or even just being healthy.
Shane and Pete interview Max Shank about his fitness philosophy, his evolution as a coach, and a subtle mindset shift that will change the way you understand diet and exercise.
The following movement screens will allow you to assess your core stability and conduct core strength tests to see how you measure up. See if you actually know how to use and move your core.
Train around your lousy mobility. You don't get to skip strength training just because you're as flexible as a fence post.
Learn to feel how your shoulders operate, and you'll be able to safely access a wider range of motion.
Structuring a warm up is important for developing this purpose. We can divide that structure into five distinct stages.