posture

The balance of strength and mobility across the muscles and joints of your body is what is really required when you think about the importance of posture.
When we wreck our natural walking and running pattern with popular, inadequate shoes, we open the door to pain, injury, and other obstacles of movement.
The seated dumbbell clean and press for stability, strength, and a strong back.
Inspired by conversation with John Du Cane of Dragon Door and Qigong, kettlebells, and fitness.
The midline rule determines which stance to use for any lift and teaches the lifter to think for themselves.
When the gap in our balance grows too large, we need smart exercises to train the variables that move the meter back to the baseline of a reasonable asymmetry.
Think of these commandments as a guide to best navigate the world of health and fitness through the information overload on the web and mainstream media.
The 1.25 squat is one of the best ways to practice and train your quads, glutes, and trunk to be active and keep you from falling over at the bottom of your squat movement.
There’s no need to overcomplicate things—packing on muscle for powerful and healthy shoulders can be simple.
Beyond aesthetics, poor posture can also lead to chronic pain, most commonly lower back pain.
Sometimes gravity is the best form of resistance in your training.
Neck pain is a common complaint. Our device heavy lifestyles don't help. Neither does the fact that we don't often show our necks much love. Here's how to change that.
Here's where you start to focus on the feeling of a good squat because it's a great feeling.
Finding our personal strength balance through squats is the answer to eliminating pain.
Whether you are an athlete or an office worker, preventative maintenance on your body is a big deal.
Get ahead of the game, working on dynamic balance is good for the mind and body, and helps you in all movements.
The curvature of your spine has a lot to do with how you lift and it's as different for you as it is for millions of other lifters.