mobility

Structuring your warm up will take your training to a new level. We can divide that structure into five distinct stages.
If your knees hurt, the true answer is to fix the origin of the problem. That happens here.
Are you sitting comfortably? Use these resting positions to tap into the body’s natural ability to tune itself.
These tools are classics - timeless gems in the ever-changing, overcomplicated world of strength and fitness.
Your body is not a two-dimensional object. James' stretches help you mobilise through different angles and planes of motion.
The shoulders and upper back are common areas of built-up tension. Use this stretch to mobilise them.
To maintain running longevity and performance, you need a supple back. Use these stretches to improve your mobility.
Is running is causing you knee pain? Use James Dunne's exercise to correct the problem and stay moving.
Running coach James Dunne adds a mobility component to the classic calf stretch to safeguard your ankles.
In this video, James demonstrates a simple stretch that alleviates problems related to a tight piriformis.
Running coach James Dunne provides cues to tweak the basic quad stretch for improved running results.
Safeguard your shoulders and get the blood flowing with this comprehensive warm-up routine.
Feeling tight in the squat? Hit a plateau? Shore up your basic squat positions with this drill.
When it comes to weight training, I see too many white belts practicing black belt techniques.
We want our clients to follow our advice to the letter - the reality is that we have to learn to compromise.
Many athletes rely on their defaults of mobility, speed, and power to get the job done. Instead, cultivate balanced technique in all your athletes.
These warm-up exercises will help you address the most common limitations and technical faults in today's lifters.