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A two-jointed muscle involves multiple joints and certain considerations should be taken in training. Let's look at two-jointed arm muscles.
Powerful glutes can assist any athlete to improve strength and explosiveness in their sport.
Our response to a cranky psoas is often to try to stretch or strengthen it, but we may need to just relax it, instead.
The big toe has a more important job than finding the corners of furniture in the middle of the night.
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The serratus anterior might not be the most visible of muscles, but it's quite important for our breathing and our movement. Find out how it works and how to strengthen it.
Here is a video of the exercises I recommend to strengthen your rotator cuff and prevent injury.
Anatomy and Yoga: A Guide for Teachers and Students, creates an skillful approach to teaching the complexities of anatomy for fitness enthusiasts and yogis of all levels.
Individualization should be what dictates movements, not just doing what everyone else does.
Here are a few ideas for training around an injured shoulder and potentially even eliminating that twinge over time.
Deadlifts, low-bar back squats, and kettlebell swings are a great way to utilize the posterior chain.
The human body is a remarkable complex machine. which is something that a simple image could never fully capture.
Some basic muscular awareness can help you avoid potential imbalances created by yoga and running.
New research examined how toe angle, range of motion, and rep schemes affect the quads.
Learn the importance of the iliopsoas muscle group, how to strengthen it, and how to lengthen it for those who are tight in this area.
Twelve science-based articles from massage therapist, registered yoga teacher, biologist, and CrossFit trainer Amber Larsen.
Some things just go together. Peanut butter and jelly. Jordan and Pippen. Cheech and Chong. In the body, the biggest power couple is the ball and socket. But what about the shoulder blade?
In order to best help your clientele, it’s important for coaches to understand the muscles of the back, what can cause back pain, and treatments (after physical therapy, of course.)