Your body needs more recover than it used to, but that's no reason you can't still train hard.
Varied movement and calm exploration of range of motion could be the key to solving your chronic issue.
We will never be able to get what we want from our body until we supply what it needs.
Changing the way you cook could reduce your risk of a wide range of health problems.
A low-sodium diet may be downright dangerous.
A nuance of sprinting technique might change how you coach speed forever.
If you're still doing the same old program you did all of last year, do you expect it to work any better?
The things you hate have nothing to do with running, and everything to do with how you understand it.
Back pain is the primary cause of disability not just in the U.S., but in the world, so let's get a handle on it.
Life and sport are almost never symmetrical. Why do you train that way?
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?