movement

You’ll learn a better feel for what your hand does in the water and how to grab a better hold on the water with each stroke.
In this episode, we talk to The Fitness Explorer Darryl Edwards about primal play, fun fitness, and meaningful movement.
This is intended for those who want results, but are either too lazy or busy to do it.
Professional athletes have long known that the only “secrets” to success are to bust your ass daily and do it for years.
Warm up may not the sexiest part of your day, but you know what else isn’t sexy? Being an immobile and injured ball of meat.
I believe proper training is made up of three things. And only when the previous step is locked in place will the next one be achievable.
I propose that we, as generalists with no specific attachment to any one competitive discipline, adopt a new mindset.
Are you a wolf, or a chihuahua? Erwan Le Corre thinks you're a wolf, and he wants to help you feel like one, too.
You might exercise every day, but if you work long hours at a desk you have a lot of sitting to undo. Here's how to overcome this common challenge.
Don’t try to get new clients back in shape in a day. That’s a massive error on the first play.
These suggestions are not in place of a regular workout. They are for when exercise just isn’t a priority.
If you want a long healthy career as a firefighter, do movements that matter, the ones that will keep you alive longer.
First, we will talk about frequency. Second, we will discuss quality. We will wrap things up by discussing strategies.
In an age where technology has increased our entertainment options, adults and youth need to be enticed to work out.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: CrossFit programming, kettlebell swings for fat loss, and more!
In my last article I revealed that hip instability is the common source of many problems and sub-par performances. Now, I'm going to share the five steps to fix your hips.
If you can make training more enjoyable, children are more likely to accept it. The priority is keeping the child engaged, moving well, and wanting to come back and do more.