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What Is Range of Motion, and Why Is it so Important?

Range of motion. It's a term that gets thrown around a lot these days, including here on STACK.com, but do you really know what it means? Let's ...

Why Your Hip Flexors Are Key to Your Athletic Performance

If you follow any fitness accounts on social media, you have likely come across multiple posts on the dangers of "tight" hip flexors. According to ...

Unlock Tight Hips for Good With the Shin Box Stretch

Tight hips are an epidemic. In today's increasingly sedentary society, most people are sitting for the majority of the day. Whether it's behind a desk...

Fix Deficiencies Fast With These 5 Movement Hacks for Young Athletes

From flipping tires and pushing sleds to grinding away in the weight room, more young athletes are training for improved sports performance than ever ...

Everything We Learned About Tom Brady's Workouts From His New Training Manual

Tom Brady is defying all odds. For most athletes, performance declines with age. In Brady's case, he's playing arguably his best ever at 40 years old ...

The Drill Behind Myles Garrett's Insane Pass-Rushing Flexibility

After three preseason games, the Cleveland Browns should have no regrets about taking Myles Garrett with the first pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. The ...

Why Rob Gronkowski Spent the Offseason Living Like Tom Brady

Since entering the NFL in 2010, Rob Gronkowski has played in 98 games (including the playoffs). Over that same span, Tom Brady has played in 124 ga...

The Unorthodox Training Behind Ichiro's Unparalleled Longevity

Ichiro Suzuki is still doing it. He's still making contact at an incredible rate. He's still legging out infield singles. He's still a defensive dy...

Ichiro Suzuki Hasn't Taken a Vacation Since 2005, Plans to Play in the MLB Until He's 50

With apologies to Cal Ripken, Ichiro Suzuki is baseball's modern day iron man. The 43-year-old may be the oldest position player in the majors, but...

Is Yoga Safe For Everyone? New Study Offers the Answer

A new study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham is the first large-scale examination of yoga-related injuries. The findings? Yoga is r...

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