Recovery

Don't overlook your movement patterns but instead learn how to keep yourself safe and make gains.
This recovery method is elegantly simple to practice, requires little space and no special equipment.
Stop acute trauma from causing acute injury by identifying and fixing your movement patterns.
Here are some actionable tips you can put into practice right now to combat neck and shoulder pain.
Get to know your vagus nerve. Create more joy. Be more energetic. All of this will optimize your fitness efforts and more.
Recovering from an injury is tough, but when it happened to me I also learned some important lessons that will last longer than the injury itself.
Here are a few ideas for training around an injured shoulder and potentially even eliminating that twinge over time.
Unless you’re rehabilitating from a surgery, training stabilizing muscles in strength sets and reps is a waste of time.
Lumbar spine rehab is about movement pattern correction and re-education. Sumo deadlifts are one way to achieve those results.
You spend thirty minutes on your warm up but you're still not making any gains. What gives?
Follow this easy plan to feel and look your best from breakfast to your nighttime snack.
If your knees aren't happy during your workouts, you can easily modify with these simple tips.
Staying in the game and injury-free past the age of forty takes extra time and planning.
As a physical therapist, one of the top five most common things I see is tight hip flexors. Here's my favorite stretch to fix them.
Getting in tune with your body and progressing with your routine safely is the key to staying injury-free.
Adaptation is the sole reason for working out, and recovery is one of the best ways to achieve it.
This exercise releases tightness in the thoracolumbar fascia while engaging the abdominal stabilizing muscles.