flexibility

How the f@#k do I get into my tight hips? I go to yoga consistently and I don’t feel like they stay released for long periods of time. They go back to being tight right away, what do I do?
Jon has attended more RKCs than anyone on the planet. What has he learned? It's about balance - strength and flexibility cannot be separated.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week's top posts cover vegan CrossFitters, 2 rules for CrossFit, deep squats, and more!
The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a great test, but don't get so distracted by it that you lose sight of your training goals. Read about how I melded training and my FMS results.
Imagine owning unhindered fluid movement that was at your beck and call. What would this do for your performance? Follow this free 4-week program to unlock your joints and your athletic potential.
How often should you stretch? Is every day really making a difference? Or could you gain as much mobility with less time dedicated to stretching. Science tells you what the research says.
And the stretching debate rages on! Now it's not just static vs. dynamic - what about passive static and active static? Do ANY of them help with power development - or do they harm it?
The fourth video in our Primal Move series, this workout builds on the previous weeks - working mobility, coordination, teammwork...and playing Ant with our eyes closed!
Today’s workout is a little different. One of the things that differentiates Primal Move from other systems is that we want you to explore your environment and interact with others.
Welcome to part three of our video series Yoga for Athletic Guys. This week we focus on yet another area where athletic guys tend to be tight - the hips and legs.
In part two we focus on the upper body with stretches for the wrists, forearms, neck, and shoulders. Give these a try right now - feel what a difference stretching and breathing can make.
The 1st in a 3 part series, "Yoga For Athletic Guys." In part 1 we go over the basic ideas behind yoga and breathing techniques. Useful techniques for both health and relaxation.
Mobility, stability, and strength. Set your program accordingly. Get rid of the circus tricks and actually spend your training time working on the things that will help you succeed the fastest.
I guarantee you have never watched a yoga sequence like this before. Briohny Smyth takes us through a beautiful series of gravity and flexibility defying arm balances.
The Kamagon Ball was created as a tool for people to increase core stability while reaching their other strength and conditioning goals. Does it hit the mark or will it end up in the closet?