posture

This book by Dr. James Levine provides important information and practical advice to reverse the effects of sitting.
If you can kick any of these habits, you’ve just defined yourself as a stronger, fitter, more functional human.
At 27, I was stuck in a wheelchair. I consulted with over twenty professionals, but in the end I found my own solution.
Learning to walk doesn't stop with our first steps. Here are some movement lessons from the shorter, less agile humans out there.
Dogma becomes problematic when it's applied beyond the original authority's intention. Here are two very common misconceptions I see in fitness.
Plateaus can be challenging, especially if you feel you're doing everything right. If this is you, then I know exactly why it is you're stuck.
Headaches from lifting can adversely affect your functionality and ability to train for several days, if you’re lucky, and possibly weeks, if you’re not.
Do you sit on a spin bike or even a bench when you work out? Sitting, even when it's in the middle of a workout, is ruining your body.
Sitting can leave you feeling exhausted, sore, and unmotivated at the end of a long day at the office, but it can do much worse.
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.
There is a silent plague striking kids today, and it's not obesity or diabetes. It's what I call "f-shoulders."
This week I'm asking you to loosen up your butt muscles, slow your roll, and join in on the strange controversy of the muscle up.
Perma-clenching is often an unconscious habit created by deep core weakness, pelvic misalignment, pelvic floor weakness, and lumbar instability.
Overextension is the opposite of slouching, but is no lesser of the two evils.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: food issues, spine stabilization, the rules of strength training, and more!
If you fix your postural alignment you will jump higher, run faster, hit harder and help prevent a laundry list of injuries that could keep you out of the gym for months.
The press, push press, push jerk, snatch, and overhead squat all require a specific level of shoulder mobility before you should perform them under any significant load.