mobility

Plateaus can be challenging, especially if you feel you're doing everything right. If this is you, then I know exactly why it is you're stuck.
This is a fantastic progression. It teaches you how to stabilize the spine, while strengthening the core at the same time.
Why is your injury just not healing? It could be for reasons you never thought of. Fix these and you will be well on the way to fixing yourself.
Team handball players are the perfect athletes to test response to intense exercise.
Two new studies broke the trend of negative research on the effects of static stretching.
Trying to improve your basic squat? Trouble keeping your chest up or opening your hips? These drills can help you develop great squat form.
Sitting can leave you feeling exhausted, sore, and unmotivated at the end of a long day at the office, but it can do much worse.
Through this exercise you will feel your breath travel through your body and observe the deep calming effect it has.
A common frustration is being unable to do an action after receiving a cue from an instructor. This is because we can't properly feel or control our bodies.
I have a confession to make: I don’t do a lot of mobility work. If your mobility work takes longer than your training, then the fact is you're doing both wrong.
Carpal tunnel syndrome can drastically affect strength, power, and overall athletic performance. Perform these stretches before and after weight lifting.
Place quality over quantity now so that you continue to make gains in strength, work capacity, mobility, and overall fitness.
The infamous “draw your belly button to your spine” cue. Not only is there no evidence to support it, but it does not lead to a stable spine.
This flow warms you up with hollow rocks for the core, while opening into a squat, and externally rotating the shoulders as well.
What do an athlete and a 65-year old with a knee replacement have in common? A lot more than you think, from my perspective working in injury and surgery rehab.
This week's picks are all about building you up, filling in the holes in the training, and creating a better, stronger, faster you.
These exercises are the cream of the crop when it comes to improving your alignment, stability, and motor control - often overlooked aspects of training.