Recovery

This exercise will build strength, power, and force by working the posterior oblique subsystem.
With cold weather on its way, your warm up is about to become even more important.
These exercises are exactly what you need to do to build up strength and endurance in your foot muscles.
In order to recover properly and progress your training, you need more than just rest.
Research and common sense reveal the truth: anterior pelvic tilt has nothing to do with sitting, or lordosis, or a tight psoas.
While impact isn't a bad thing, it's important to understand how related injuries occur and what steps you can take to avoid them.
An intriguing question from a bull rider got me thinking about how to train for adaptability, not just strength.
We’re going to talk about forces, and more specifically, impact forces - how important they are and how crucial it is that we are prepared to handle them.
Myofascial release tools are more common than ever inside fitness facilities, but there's a lot of confusion as to how they work.
A little knowledge may take you down the rabbit hole, but it will also take you on a better path to ultimate healing.
Don't overlook your movement patterns but instead learn how to keep yourself safe and make gains.
This recovery method is elegantly simple to practice, requires little space and no special equipment.
Stop acute trauma from causing acute injury by identifying and fixing your movement patterns.
Here are some actionable tips you can put into practice right now to combat neck and shoulder pain.
Get to know your vagus nerve. Create more joy. Be more energetic. All of this will optimize your fitness efforts and more.
Recovering from an injury is tough, but when it happened to me I also learned some important lessons that will last longer than the injury itself.
Here are a few ideas for training around an injured shoulder and potentially even eliminating that twinge over time.