warm up drills

Sciatica is pretty common. It sucks the joy out of the simplest movements. But, fortunately, in many cases, you can beat it on your own.
These drills might just make all the difference in eliminating discomfort and improving your performance.
Get creative. Dumbbells and kettlebells are a great way to train your limbs independently and make sure you're not developing a "strong" side or a "weak" side.
Instead of wasting valuable session time, you could start using warm-up time to build your work capacity and increase your technical proficiency and coordination.
The key to your warm-up is to start simple and do what works for you.
This 6-minute, full-body warm up and joint mobilization sequence will prime your body for whatever workout lies ahead.
Deconstruct your lift during the warm up to develop precision and speed.
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?
You spend thirty minutes on your warm up but you're still not making any gains. What gives?
Safeguard your shoulders and get the blood flowing with this comprehensive warm-up routine.
This mobility sequence takes the guesswork out of warming up and prepares your body for battle.
When it comes to developing strength and muscle mass, is your warm-up doing more harm than good?
Use this running mobility drill to improve your gait and create a more efficient running stride.
First, I’m going to tell you how a warm up should go. Then, I’m going to discuss all the factors you aren't considering that might have you get injured.
This week's picks are all about building you up, filling in the holes in the training, and creating a better, stronger, faster you.
We know warm ups can prevent injury, but they can also be used to increase static and dynamic balance. This in turn can increase skill ability in your sport. Researchers look at soccer to prove this.
Does adding functional core exercises to your warm-up help your performance? Turns out it probably doesn't! Recent scientific research looked at what makes a good warm-up.