yoga

These five movements will help you narrow down what flexibility issues are holding back your progress.
For athletes who don’t already possess a good range of motion, yoga can be a futile endeavour.
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.
The hanging ninety-ninety stretch is a great way to incorporate shoulder rehab in your daily training.
To reduce shoulder pain, especially in the overhead press, stretch the surrounding areas.
Feeling tight in the squat? Hit a plateau? Shore up your basic squat positions with this drill.
Perform this stretch regularly on both shoulders to fight stiffness and ward off injuries.
The core of yoga practice is the ability to support one's bodyweight. These types of isometric holds go beyond just building strength.
Like any form of physical activity, yoga has a few blind spots when it comes to functional movements - including pulling.
Stretching is essential to avoid injury and the biceps are no exception to this rule.