movement

To maximize your upper body training, you need to learn how to mobilize, stabilize, and control your motor patterns.
Strengthen your muscles and joints to handle rotational movements to benefit you in sports and in life.
If you practice these movements and internalize the feeling when you perform the lift at full speed, the body will open with a natural fluidity into the power position.
How do we learn to harmonize our conscious thought with the feeling and reactions within the body?
Double compound movements can be combined to create a fast and extremely powerful training effect.
Here's where you start to focus on the feeling of a good squat because it's a great feeling.
If you are looking to make a change this new year your physical and financial health are probably the most broadly impactful places to start.
Use small chunks of time throughout your day to stay mindful about how you can move.
Female athletes appear to have a higher incidence of UI than their sedentary counterparts but it affects men and women of all ages and athletic capabilities.
Willpower is the ability to be the person you want to be, rather than an impulsive, whiny child. It is the power to create your life.
They’ve been promised the life of consumption only to be told by those pesky fitness freaks that everything they do is bad.
But you shouldn’t feel hopeless because there is a way to prevent muscle weakness from happening, and that is through exercise.
The perfect lifting technique is the one that’s specifically designed for you.
You may lose muscle mass as you age, but you don’t have to lose cognitive function.
You were made to move and your regular exercise isn't enough to combat the Western diseases of seated affluence. Your need to fill the rest of your day with consistent movement.
Wearable technology is all the rage these days. One scientist took a closer look at wearable tech from a unique angle: where to wear the tech, rather than what sort of tech to wear.
On average, those of higher income levels (above $75,000 per year) spend an average of 4.6 minutes more in exercise per day than those of lower income levels (below $20,000 per year).