mobility

It turns out the problem with training in heat isn’t dehydration, but something else entirely. This is very different from what we've been told.
How miserable it is not to be able to go to the gym, follow your training plan, or possibly even tie your shoes. How can you get back to feeling good and back to training?
I believe proper training is made up of three things. And only when the previous step is locked in place will the next one be achievable.
You might exercise every day, but if you work long hours at a desk you have a lot of sitting to undo. Here's how to overcome this common challenge.
If your main concern is grip strength, then you will want to try out this stretch. Do not be deceived! It’s more intense than it looks.
This flow would be good to do before a lifting session with squats, performing a workout with pistols, or running.
The ankle is the foundation of a strong base, which can be the difference between passing your opponent’s guard or getting swept.
Young athletes are not taught how to move properly - basic things like squatting, running, and landing mechanics.
The way you train, eat, and sleep is going to determine how long you can stay on the mats.
As an orthopedic surgeon, I have been treating this problem with greater frequency, especially in the cross-training and CrossFit athletic communities.
It’s never fun to get hurt. But the truth is your ankles can become a lot more indestructible than most people would imagine.
Here are a few things in our typing-heavy culture that can cause weakness of the grip - and also a video showing you an exercise to fix this.
You will need a strap to follow this segment, so that the muscles get the full opening effect while staying in a contracted state.
You will need a strap to follow this segment, so that the muscles get the full opening effect while staying in a contracted state.
For those of you consistently doing mobility drills without yielding the desired change, perhaps it's time to step back and see what else may be going on.
When repetitive stress is combined with poor stability, mobility, or movement patterns, then athletes are likely to breakdown.
This week I'm asking you to loosen up your butt muscles, slow your roll, and join in on the strange controversy of the muscle up.