In the new era that is movement, improvement is rarely about better coaching. So how does this relationship work so well?
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After being in a wheelchair for almost a year, I realized my problem was a simple alignment issue. Once this was corrected, my pain was gone.
When you move well, your body will inherently take care of what needs to be mobile and stable.
Mobility-based approaches are trending in fitness, but there are two major missing pieces to the puzzle.
These patterns are your alphabet. Learn them forward and backward to make consistent, injury-free progress.
If your knees hurt, the true answer is to fix the origin of the problem. That happens here.
Balancing drills build stability and strength in your feet and ankles, the foundations of natural movement.
The triceps see action in almost every workout regimen. Are you taking care of yours during your cool down routine?
Changing how you sit while resting can have huge benefits for health and mobility.
There is so much more to it. Here are five lessons I’ve learned during my four years of working as a physical therapist.
These tools are classics - timeless gems in the ever-changing, overcomplicated world of strength and fitness.
These exercises will build strength and prevent tension, neck pain, and headaches.
We want our clients to follow our advice to the letter - the reality is that we have to learn to compromise.
Many athletes rely on their defaults of mobility, speed, and power to get the job done. Instead, cultivate balanced technique in all your athletes.
These warm-up exercises will help you address the most common limitations and technical faults in today's lifters.
It's easy to place too much emphasis on soft-tissue and mobility work as a warm up prior to training - how much time are you wasting on a weekly basis?