stability

If your training does not include the bottoms-up kettlebell press, your overhead strength and stability are not what they could be.
Introducing a self-limiting element to your training will emphasize movement quality to build precision and strength.
Tennis isn't as innocuous for the health of your body as it may seem.
Stretching and foam rolling alone won't cut it; if you want to be a capable human being, you'll work on mobility every day.
To maximize your upper body training, you need to learn how to mobilize, stabilize, and control your motor patterns.
The shoulder is one of the most complex joints of the body, but maintaining it doesn't have to be complicated.
Movement stimulus with core training ensures that your midsection fires under load.
These four exercises are like insurance policies for your back. Invest now for lasting protection.
This exercise will light up the four muscles of your abdominal wall and improve hip-to-shoulder strength and stability.
Inhibited thoracic mobility is the root of many injuries from overhead movements. Here's how to restore that range of motion.
Do you break a sweat trying to touch your toes? Tight hamstrings may not be the culprit.
When you move well, your body will inherently take care of what needs to be mobile and stable.
The waiter’s walk might be one of your best tools to build shoulder stability and strength.
Support your yoga practice by incorporating ring and bar dips into your training for complete upper body strength.
For the average person, his or her routine needs to include a little bit of everything.
Follow these steps to develop your total body strength like an old-time strongman.
Few exercises can increase your mobility while also strengthening your muscles near the end range of motion. Scott Iardella shows you the kettlebell arm bar, which accomplishes both.