Five minutes of twisting into various shapes isn't going to overcome the other 99% of your day that you spend getting tight.
Your next business trip doesn't have to mean a week of lost workouts.
To be useful in life, your training will have to go beyond the standard gym routine.
By focusing on imbalances, you can correct deficiencies before they become serious or lead to injury.
If even small changes can reduce the risk of injuries, sports organizations should consider them.
Most people aren't chasing the specific goals that all the programs you find online were written for. Instead, they want a balance of physical ability and improvement to enhance their lives.
Coaches can be great, or they can be a waste of a whole lot of money. What knows you better than you?
At this stage of your training game, it's all about simplicity, consistency, and knowing your "why."
Gimmicky adjustments don't do much, but the pistol grip isn't a gimmick. It's a transformation.
If the wheels have fallen off your progress, it's time to try something new to get rolling again.
Rule number one is don't get injured. But if you do, ask yourself these questions to keep moving forward.
Your children are at a much greater risk of obesity now more than ever.
The movement asymmetry in martial arts can lead to big problems with your spine, but there are two simple moves that will help prevent any issues.
You've heard it a million times before. Lift with your legs, not your back. But what does that mean? Let's have an anatomy lesson today and see what the science is behind this advice.
You don't have to put a foot in the ring to get abs like a fighter.
Working to strengthen your core should not compromise your low back health.
The more you take steps to prevent cardiovascular health problems now, the lower your risk later in life.