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Dr. John Rusin shares a series of innovative movements using the foam roller to maintain the health of your shoulders and thoracic spine.
If you feel pain when you squat, there are still plenty of options for you. Logan Christopher presents a short walkthrough on how to find a pain-free solution specifically for you.
Some jobs require you to stand for hours on end, and that can't be helped. But you can help yourself reduce the damage this does to your body.
These three tricks will help you move beyond your sticking point and finally get or improve your middle splits.
Trying to progress through a fitness program with muscular imbalances will only reinforce your pre-existing dysfunctions.
If your hips aren't healthy, your training will be compromised. Use these techniques to stay on top of your hip mobility.
Use this yoga flow to release the tension that might be the source of your back pain.
Donnie Thompson shows how his powerful mobility tool, the X Wife, can strengthen and injury-proof your core.
Desk sitters, taking a moment to even do one of these sneaky, sitting exercises will rejuvenate your focus.
There is always room to improve on the kettlebell swing. Take the first step by checking if you are making any of these mistakes.
These simple back extension exercises will make your hamstrings more agreeable to stretching.
You can only hold a plank for so long. To increase the core strength benefits of this exercise, add a sandbag and start pulling.
Improve your front splits, or finally achieve them, with these daily stretching techniques.
For every exercise, the outcome is determined by the set up. Logan Christopher shows you techniques to kick up into a stable freestanding handstand.
Try this simple and effective breath practice to unplug from your daily responsibilities and concerns.
If you've been cleaning your kettlebell and have wound up with a huge bruise on you forearm, never fear, this video will cure your issue.
By using these excercises over the course of your workday, you will have less discomfort from prolonged sitting.