Mobility & Recovery

If you feel pain on a regular basis, it's time to examine your workouts as the possible culprit.
Little daily habits can equal big movement dysfunctions if you don't pay attention to these five things.
Don't get suckered by pseudo-science. Here's a real look at why your back is causing you trouble.
Until you fix the root cause for your tight hamstrings, you are chasing a never-ending problem.
According to the mobility masters, you might want to let go of the foam roller.
These articles questioned existing mobility trends and showcased new methods you might not have heard of.
Here are my no-nonsense mobility gift ideas for the athlete in your life.
I know stretching your lumbar spine feels good. But you are actually making your pain worse.
Here is a video of the exercises I recommend to strengthen your rotator cuff and prevent injury.
Find out how misalignment may be limiting your lifts and causing you pain in the process.
Pain does not come simply from our habitual mechanics. Our mental habits can cause just as many problems.
Are your hamstrings the bane of your athletic existence? Here's some help from coaches who know their stuff.
I was fortunate to learn from Pavel himself about the Soviet secrets of dominance and longevity. Here is what I discovered.
Two days is a far cry from the length of time athletes usually suffer with ITB. Most of them deal with it for a year or more.
It's no good to just seek mobility. Mobility without motor control is just another injury waiting to happen.
No one else can make this happen for you. No one else can fix you. It’s on you.
How much recovery do athletes need, and how do we figure that out? A new study has some answers.
At 27, I was stuck in a wheelchair. I consulted with over twenty professionals, but in the end I found my own solution.