natural movement

Balancing drills build stability and strength in your feet and ankles, the foundations of natural movement.
Changing how you sit while resting can have huge benefits for health and mobility.
No time to train? Take small, frequent breaks and before you know it you'll be practicing ninety minutes a day.
If you’re not accustomed to this level of body awareness, you’ll probably get some pretty surprising feedback.
Success as a runner boils down to your ongoing relationship with gravity. Here's how to use it for your next race.
If improving multiple skills simultaneously is an issue you struggle with, try these strategies.
Just because you're injured doesn't mean it's time to give up. Here are three strategies to better yourself as you recover.
Walk more. As health advice goes, it’s not exactly earth shattering. But it’s often ignored.
Without a focus on your feet, you’ll sacrifice speed, strength, and power.
The aim of intuitive programming is a balance between planned and spontaneous movement.
Here is an unconventional, but practical, engaging, and fun way to build strength and mobility.
Natural movement provides a powerful stimulus to redefine habitual patterns of pain in the body.
Imagination isn't just for playing dress up. It applies to our training, too.
The climb up, as well as passive and active hanging will help develop mobility in your shoulder joints.
The shoulder is a complex area of the body, but maintaining it's strength and mobility doesn't have to be.
Next time you have chores you don’t feel like doing, give these ideas a shot and get stronger while you're at it.
Here are seven ways you can build exercise "snacks" into your day for more health - and more fun.