Recovery

You might like how high heels look with your outfit, but you aren't going to like what they are doing to your body.
You often read and hear about mobility and stability, but what does these concepts really mean inside of the weight room?
Just because you're over forty doesn't mean you can't still train hard. But you will need to make a few adjustments.
The path to good health can be paved by following these five pieces of advice on a daily basis.
The hamstring is not independent of what is above and below - there is interdependence through the whole region.
CrossFitters, don't let a poor focus on recovery set the stage for a system-wide breakdown.
These drills can be done almost anywhere and at any time to prepare the body for physical battle.
Getting strong is about more than lifting big weights.
Therapeutic ultrasound is a popular method of injury treatment and assessment, but research refutes its clinical value.
Working out gets tough as you get older. But it’s probably not for the reasons you’d think.
The hanging ninety-ninety stretch is a great way to incorporate shoulder rehab in your daily training.
Life can get in the way of a good night's sleep, but there are simple steps you can take to maximise the quality of your time on the pillow.
It may seem tedious, but working on shoulder stability and mobility will prevent all-too-common shoulder injuries.
To reduce shoulder pain, especially in the overhead press, stretch the surrounding areas.
You are responsible for the health and wellbeing of your body. You are the one who should be most concerned about it.
Pain doesn't occur in isolation, so injuries should force us to look for breakdowns in our chains of movement as a whole.
Stabilisation of the lumbar spine and pelvis is necessary for any athletic endeavour or even just being healthy.