There's more information available concerning warming up for workouts over cooling down afterward. Time to change the conversation.
Injuries aren’t a curse. They’re feedback.
Your level of priority to assess, review, and reverse postural issues should be high.
If your work has you hunched over a computer all day, here's an easy way to get your back up and moving again.
We are not lumps of clay that can be molded by tugging on things. Our nervous systems are actually what is in charge.
Until you fix the root cause for your tight hamstrings, you are chasing a never-ending problem.
You can train your body to bend the same way you train it to be strong: systematically and progressively.
Discover functional hamstrings with some useful hamstrings lengthening work.
Five minutes of twisting into various shapes isn't going to overcome the other 99% of your day that you spend getting tight.
Flexibility is as much about the mind as it is the muscle.
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?
Stretching is essential to avoid injury and the biceps are no exception to this rule.
Research shows that dynamic movement is the best way for a runner to warm-up, but static stretching can help improve overall movement.
If you're feeling a bit out of whack, these simple exercises will help get you coordinated.
These three tricks will help you move beyond your sticking point and finally get or improve your middle splits.
These simple back extension exercises will make your hamstrings more agreeable to stretching.
Many coaches have written off static stretching from their programs, but you should reconsider adding it to your routine.