Flexibility 101 - A program to cultivate a strong base in basic beginner fitness and and flexibility.

back exercises

Support and mobilize your torso with the Plexus Wheel.
As an athlete, learning how to recover your back post-injury is a key component to successful long-term training.
Once you experience the immediate, noticeable difference Airbench makes in the way your low back feels and functions, you are going to want to keep doing it even when you are not in pain.
Your spine is supposed to do so much more than remain rigid.
Fluid Flexibility - Go Deeper. Master Your Body.
Because of the variety of connections, your back plays a primary role in all strength exercises.
You aren't going to get huge following a plan designed for a pro bodybuilder.
Primarily working the trapezius and latissimus dorsi as well as biceps and secondary muscles.
Only training what you're good at won't make you better for very long.
If your back has gone from bulletproof to troublesome, it's time to start looking after it.
Desk sitters, taking a moment to even do one of these sneaky, sitting exercises will rejuvenate your focus.
The yogis say you’re only as old as your spine. Follow this simple session and you’ll quickly agree with them.
The backflip is a cool stunt - and also ideal to train body awareness and athletic power.
If you want to improve agility, mobility, and athleticism, learn the back handspring.
Looking to improve your posture? Week one of this four-part series will help you on your way.
Try one or all of these simple exercises to alleviate tension from your neck to your hips.
Here are four awesome lat-building moves that will get your training mojo working overtime, strengthen your back, and give you some lats you can actually be proud of for the first time.
Some readers recently asked how to further develop their "wings," so we're going to take a closer look at our lats and exactly how to build and strengthen them.