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Author: Ian Markow

In celebration of releasing our new Total Body Mobility Program, we are giving away one of our favorite workouts that was put together to rejuvenate your hips. These exercises not only focus on getting your hips to rotate better but

After a challenging workout, your body craves the right nutrients to recover and grow stronger. While a balanced diet is crucial, supplements can play a key role in enhancing your post-exercise recovery.   In this blog post, we'll dive into the benefits

Several misconceptions about the correct barbell squat form and popular coaching cues persist. And those cues are hurting your results.  You've heard them all before. "Squeeze your shoulder blades!", "Chest up!", "Drive your knees out!", "Spread the floor!" and "Squeeze your

The back bend is an empowering pose that showcases your spinal flexibility and strength. Whether you're a seasoned yogi, dancer, or fitness enthusiast, mastering the back bend is a rewarding endeavor that requires dedication and practice. In our 5 Exercises To

When the goal is to improve movement and performance, understanding the core muscles and their function is crucial for maximizing your training. Technically, core muscles include all the muscles of the trunk, pelvic floor, and hips surrounding the spine and abdominals.

Hyperlordosis might sound like a scary fancy-pants word, but it simply means that the low back has an exaggerated (hyper) inward curve (lordosis). After reading this blog, you will have a better understanding of whether you should worry about improving

Posture and breathing are intimately linked, and understanding this connection can help you improve both. While there's no one-size-fits-all perfect posture for everyone, your posture can profoundly impact your breathing, and conversely, your breathing can influence your posture. How does breathing

Fascia is a spiderweb-like connective tissue surrounding and supporting our muscles, bones, and organs. It plays a crucial role in force transmission and movement efficiency, acting as a scaffold for muscles and tendons to attach to. Fascia is what allows

Questions about P.A.I.L.s and R.A.I.L.s are common with Kinstretch and Functional Range Conditioning. We will explain what are P.A.I.L.s and R.A.I.L.s and how to progress them. In the end, we want you to be feeling what are you supposed to

We have to be honest, getting on the DGR podcast with David Grey was really exciting. It's probably the first podcast that we've gone on that we've actually listened to every episode. What did we get into on the podcast?

Rib flare is not a death sentence but it is something you want to address if you are having issues such as pain or decreased performance. We have worked with multiple clients and have been able to improve and often