mobility

Here's how we get a new athlete to approach the bar and simply set his or her back correctly without much thought.
I was fortunate to learn from Pavel himself about the Soviet secrets of dominance and longevity. Here is what I discovered.
Are your hamstrings the bane of your athletic existence? Here's some help from coaches who know their stuff.
It's no good to just seek mobility. Mobility without motor control is just another injury waiting to happen.
No one else can make this happen for you. No one else can fix you. It’s on you.
Don’t fall prey to arbitrary movement standards that may not be appropriate for you. Train your body.
How much recovery do athletes need, and how do we figure that out? A new study has some answers.
At 27, I was stuck in a wheelchair. I consulted with over twenty professionals, but in the end I found my own solution.
To stretch your boundaries further, you need a supple body. Learn five top flexibility standards that will empower you to achieve more.
Does the front of your knee hurt? These solutions need no fancy equipment, and will get you back to setting personal records.
When it comes to what athletes do and what will help them perform better, I look to the science.
These tips will have you maintaining your hard-earned muscle armor while letting your lower back recover.
Taking a quick break to follow along with the video will get you moving, stretched, and reenergized.
In order to prevent a nasty shoulder injury and to increase your weight on the bar, you need to have shoulder stability and mobility first.
Allow your neck to change from shortened and uncomfortable to lengthened and relaxed as you ease into each position.
Do this before a squat workout or run. We don’t often work on hip abduction, and this can lead to a host of issues.
Simple interventions mean more reliable outcomes. The following five tips will give you real results.