Mobility & Recovery

You spend thirty minutes on your warm up but you're still not making any gains. What gives?
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.
If you make the rookie mistake of just worrying about the training aspect, then you will never progress.
The couch stretch is a brutal but effective way to work out the kinks in your hips.
With a few exceptions, most shoulder injuries are not the rotator cuff’s fault. It is just a victim.
Is all that time on the foam roller actually working? A recent study compared foam rolling to PNF stretching.
The neck is one part of the body's deep core stabilizing system, and weakness can create problems down the chain.
Achilles pain can be debilitating, frustrating, and often long lasting. These unconventional exercises will help.
I often hear a whole load of nonsense, misinformation, and misconceptions about kinesiology tape and what it does.
The sacroiliac joint can get really beaten up in some people leading to pain and injury. Here are my favorite exercises to prevent that.
The yogis say you’re only as old as your spine. Follow this simple session and you’ll quickly agree with them.
When it comes to strength and mobility, simple is always better.
Start incorporating these warm-up routines before your big lifts to get the most out of your workouts.