Expert Tips & Advice
From licensed healthcare providers who live active lifestyles like yourself.
OVERVIEW The cat-cow is an amazing exercise to get our spine moving and keep our spinal joints (and discs) healthy. Today we talk about how we can upgrade the cat-cow to get even more benefit from the already amazing exercise. Did you know that we have 24 vertebrae in...read more
Overview Hip flexor tightness is very common in today’s society. We sit too much and we never seem to explore our full hip flexion or full hip extension range of motion. This is an amazing exercise to work on combating your hip flexor tightness and work on improving...read more
OVERVIEW The hip adductors are very often overlooked when it comes to mobility training, especially for squatting. Tight hip adductors may actually cause the dreaded “butt wink” or lower back rounding at the bottom of the squat. Try this exercise and retest your squat...read more
Overview Training hip abduction is often overlooked. Shoot, too many people neglect the frontal plane altogether. Here’s a great exercise to work on strengthening your hip abductors near their end ranges of motion. This exercise will not only strengthen your hip...read more
OVERVIEW Hip extension is kind of an important range of motion to have... Especially if you walk. Or run. And we’re pretty sure the majority of you do both! It’s one of the most common ranges of motion we find that people have, but can’t control. What do we mean by...read more
OVERVIEW Hip external rotation is another important range of motion for hip joint health as well as several exercises. Like squatting! Since we sit so much during the day, this is another range of motion that is often lacking. Incorporate this stretch into your...read more
OVERVIEW Hip internal rotation is a very important range of motion. It’s important for things like squatting. Not to mention overall joint health! Did you know that hip internal rotation is usually the first range of motion lost at the hip and may indicate the need...read more
Overview People with knee pain often overlook this simple mobility technique. Why? Probably because it's not sexy. It's not some cool, overly complicated exercise that they saw on Instagram. But simple goes a long way! No need to over complicate things. This mobility...read more
Knee Flexion Mobility: A Brief Overview It’s very common to have adequate amounts of knee flexibility, especially in knee flexion. But it’s also very common to have very little or no control over all of that flexibility. Unfortunately, this is often a reason why...read more
Knee Flexion Mobility: A Brief Overview Many people have adequate knee flexion flexibility, but have limited control and strength over that flexibility. And that’s not optimal! Here’s an amazing exercise to work on controlling that flexibility and strengthening your...read more
The couch stretch is a fantastic mobility exercise to improve hip extension and knee flexion mobility and eliminate low back pain.read more
Tibial internal rotation is the most common knee joint restriction. Improving this range of motion often clears up nagging knee joint pain.read more
Knee and patellar joint circles are a fantastic way to improve your knee mobility and eliminate knee pain.read more
Ankle joint circles (CARS) are a fantastic way to improve and maintain your ankle joint mobility.read more
Ankle lift-offs are a great exercise to improve your active ankle joint mobility for the long-term.read more
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