mobility

Having more movement in your posture makes endeavors in athletics and life a little bit easier.
Many people think they have tight hips. But is it tightness? Or is it something else?
It's impressive and frightening, all at the same time, and you can build up your mobility to make it happen.
Like all things in life, the ability to move well and respond well to a variety of situations is predicated on a degree of balance.
Your true mobility is only as good as it is when you first roll out of bed in the morning.
Are you feeling sore, achy, or tight after a run? Overtime, running without proper mobility and stretching can lead to imbalances in the body resulting in sprains, pains, and injuries.
Feeling tingly? It could be love--or it could be sciatica (that not so fun pain that runs down your leg and makes it hard to bend over). Read on to make sure!
You must understand your movement patterns, mobility, and every other aspect of health and fitness outside of your gym time.
Gain insight into how and why the body holds itself in specific ways and why pain is more complex than simply how you look while standing.
2 exercises to help overcome the inflammatory pain of sciatica and piriformis, very common forms of hip pain.
Even if you have no aspirations to do back bends, a spine that can flex and extend properly will help you with the rest of life.
Smart programming, exercise selection, and execution can go a long way to reducing the risk of injury.
Kicking up into a handstand shouldn't just be a party trick. Learning to be upside down has some real athletic implications.
Not many exercises will tax you as effectively and as quickly. It doesn't take much weight to wear you out here.
If I were held at gunpoint and forced to choose one lower body exercise, I would choose the pistol.
This study aimed to investigate the effects of wearing a compression garment during night sleep on muscle fatigue recovery after high-intensity eccentric and concentric knee extensor exercises.
Low back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work and is the single leading cause of disability around the world. Roughly 50% of working Americans experience back pain.