mobility

The most important job of a strength coach is to help reduce injury both on and off the field.
If you have a chronically tight muscle, don't just stretch it. Find the root cause.
Movement stimulus with core training ensures that your midsection fires under load.
Hammering your grip may not be the answer to getting a tighter hold on your opponent.
Everyone wants a strong, stable core, but if it isn't mobile, you can't use it.
Sitting is the mortal enemy of health, and posture is its first victim. Reverse the damage you've already done.
These four exercises are like insurance policies for your back. Invest now for lasting protection.
Lack of mobility can spell the difference between a miss and a big new PR.
There is no best back exercise. But the swing can be highly effective for the right athlete, at the right time.
These incorrect mindsets will slow down your rehab, and could even leave you more injured than you were before.
This exercise will light up the four muscles of your abdominal wall and improve hip-to-shoulder strength and stability.
If your back has gone from bulletproof to troublesome, it's time to start looking after it.
Inhibited thoracic mobility is the root of many injuries from overhead movements. Here's how to restore that range of motion.
Flip your next layover experience from dull and frustrating into useful and rejuvenating.
Your brain and body are connected. Gain motor control by improving your hardware and software.
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
How can you increase the strength of your movements without ever touching a barbell?