active recovery

The clear majority of injuries could have been prevented if only a few simple habits were changed.
With everything you are going through physically and mentally, the last thing you need is a trainer who isn’t being considerate of the new realities you're facing.
There's more information available concerning warming up for workouts over cooling down afterward. Time to change the conversation.
Flexibility with little strength through an increased range of motion (ROM) does very little for a person and can be a set up for injury.
No matter what sport you do, the three muscles groups that are in desperate need of a time out are the ilio psoas, adductors, and the glute muscles.
A 25 minute flow to help you with active recovery, restoration, and rehabilitation of the shoulder area.
If there is ever a time to relax and have fun with friends and family, this is it. Worrying about the slice of cake you had is just not worth it. Please just enjoy it instead.
Squatting big weight must start with a proper bodyweight squat, and there is a process to get you to that solid foundation.
A staple lat building exercise using a dumbbell.
Simple and effective upper body workout.
Consider these strategies for working around and with knee pain.
Physical and emotional tension is a major roadblock to your athletic success.
There's a better way forward in your training than continuously grinding yourself into the ground.
Don't just address the symptoms. Realignment will help you get to the root causes of your pain.
Use these simple stretches to rest and recover from those taxing Open workouts.
This advice might not get you to peak performance, but it should help keep you from feeling old, tired, and sore every day.
Running served me well for years - until it didn't. After injury upon injury, my body was sending a message. It was time for a change. Time to swim.