Squatting is a fundamental movement which help us in many other important mechanics. In this series we’ll be reviewing how to improve your squat form. Start by assessing your squat ability and get an idea of how to improve your daily movements.
If your find your posture is often rounded, an effect of repetitive tasks such as computer use and office work, and suffer from shoulder, neck, and back stiffness or aches, it may be Upper Crossed Syndrome! Even if not severe, chronic issues of pain and damage to the muscles may mean treatment is usually wise. […]
Do you suffer from muscle stiffness, shoulder or neck pain, neck or shoulder spasms, tingling or numbness in one or both arms, or decreased range of motion in the shoulders or neck? It might be your trap muscles! Learn about the symptoms and how tight traps muscles affect your daily life here!:
Adding on to last week’s exercise of strengthening your posterior chain, (the glutes and hamstrings), we show you an optimal exercise for every runner. This single leg version of the deadlift helps identify imbalances and equalize your running stride. This is an advanced exercise, so if you’re just tuning in, rewind to the beginning of […]
Continuing our running series to help you improve your leg strength and take the pressure off your knees, this week demonstrates an exercise to strengthen your posterior chain, the glutes and hamstrings, so that you can run faster, better, and avoid pain and injury. This is an advanced exercise, so if you’re just tuning in, […]
When it comes to exercise, many people experience soreness. Some appreciate the feeling as a badge of a hard workout, but others worry they’ve done something incorrectly. Whereas muscle soreness can be positive, pain is never good. But how do you tell which it is? Use this article to help differentiate between the two so […]
–Exercise of the Week– Would you like to improve your running efficiency? After mobilizing your hips and strengthening your glutes in the last two videos, stabilize your hip joint! Help stabilize the knees and run effectively with this series of clamshell exercises.