3 Ways To Enhance Your Flexibility Instantly
Stretching and Flexibility Most people think flexibility is just about stretching muscles. There really is more to it than that. Let me explain. When joints are stable and appropriately aligned, [...]
The Windmill Exercise: A Perfect Screening Tool
The Windmill exercise is the perfect movement to share with your clients. Typically, it will be programmed as a warm-up, mobility drill, or tertiary activity to compliment your primary lifts. [...]
The Reverse Hyperextension
The reverse hyperextension is a great exercise when done properly, but I rarely see it performed well. The purpose of the reverse hyperextension is to train the glutes with the [...]
In-Season Strength Strategies
The importance of in-season strength programs is well understood among trainers and strength coaches. However, it seems many athletes and parents are still hesitant to partake in strength training during [...]
How to Stretch Before a Game
Stretching has been around for thousands of years, with many touted health benefits. Stretching has become extremely commonplace in various settings in the past few decades. Stretching muscles is now [...]
Hockey Goalies: 5 Exercises to Help You Perform a Butterfly Save
Dozens of times every game, hockey goalies assume a position unique to the sport—the butterfly. Goalies who use the butterfly need incredible lower body mobility since the position requires them [...]
Flexibility, Mobility, Stability, and Injury Prevention
We must understand the terms flexibility, mobility, and stability to understand better how the body is affected when one joint is injured or compromised and how it will affect another.
4 Ways to Increase Lacrosse Shot Rotational Power
To get the most out of your lacrosse shot, you need to rotate the right segments of your spine at the right time.
5 Best Stretches to Reset Your Body After Sitting for Several Hours
The vast majority of us sit far too long each day.
The 6-Move Yoga Warm-Up for Soccer Players
There's not much standing around in soccer. Players are constantly cutting, jumping, sprinting, passing, dribbling, backpedaling. Getting the ball into your opponents' net and keeping it out of your own [...]