range of motion

Flexibility is required for effective mobility. Mobility is end range strength training. There's no downside to have it all.
In all seriousness, the shoulder is a deceptively simple complex of muscles that serve a large array of functions, but here's how to maximize those muscles with only a few exercises.
The typical office worker has more musculoskeletal injuries than any other industry sector worker, including construction, the metal industry, and transportation.
By varying your exercises strategically not only will you gain strength and muscle faster, but you lay the platform for continued long-term progress over successive phases.
Flexibility with little strength through an increased range of motion (ROM) does very little for a person and can be a set up for injury.
Careful dosages of “improper” alignment can help prevent injury when doing athletic movement.
Regardless of your physical makeup, the way you train can still have great influence on your level of flexibility.
Most of us make our way through life with an unnaturally high level of neuromuscular tension, let's stop it.
Your ego-fueled lifts are more like the freak show than the strongman, and are setting you up for big problems.
You can train your body to bend the same way you train it to be strong: systematically and progressively.
Researchers look into the efficacy of shoulder manipulation on competitive athletes.
You only have so much time in the gym, so use these fixes to ensure you're getting the most out of it.
Do you have the range of motion you need for optimal performance and health?
Put flexibility first and watch your strength gains skyrocket.
For athletes who don’t already possess a good range of motion, yoga can be a futile endeavour.
These lesser known kettlebell movements will expose and challenge your weak areas.
Body composition is the foundation of health. Take an honest look in the mirror.