Mobility & Recovery

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.
Being stuck at work all day is no excuse for skipping exercise. Simple and effective exercises can be done while you work - even within an office environment.
You might like how high heels look with your outfit, but you aren't going to like what they are doing to your body.
You often read and hear about mobility and stability, but what does these concepts really mean inside of the weight room?
Training is the easy part. What happens the other 22 hours of the day is where the battle will be won or lost.
It may seem crazy, but there is a documented relationship between TMJ disorder and posture - check this out.
We are often commanded to “stop slouching” and understand this to be a bad habit. But do you know why?
What if we told you there are three easy ways to get equal (or better) results from your workout, with less pain afterward?
The path to good health can be paved by following these five pieces of advice on a daily basis.
The hamstring is not independent of what is above and below - there is interdependence through the whole region.
CrossFitters, don't let a poor focus on recovery set the stage for a system-wide breakdown.
This strategy will flat out make you strong, even beyond the walls of the weight room.
Ankle sprains are common and annoying but there are things you can do to rehabilitate yours.
Therapeutic ultrasound is a popular method of injury treatment and assessment, but research refutes its clinical value.
Make sure you are fully recovered from injuries so you don’t cause more permanent damage.
It may seem tedious, but working on shoulder stability and mobility will keep you safe and at your best.