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
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?
For our Basics of Breathing post, we will get into the anatomy of our ribs and inform you on how to optimize your breathing. We all know that breathing is incredibly important and we've made impressive progress with our clients
If you want to improve your rotator cuff, you need to focus on strengthening the muscles that support the shoulder joint through targeted exercises and movement. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that due to overuse, injury,
The Elite Video Membership is a monthly subscription to our online exercise class library that includes Kinstretch, Stick Mobility, breathing drills, and classic strength and conditioning. Our online exercise classes are all about integration. We use techniques and exercises from multiple
Ian joined the Rob Crews Podcast for "How Pros Move". "During this episode Rob chats it up with Ian, discussing the commonalities between hitting and pitching mobility issues he sees on a daily basis. Ian enlightens us on how the body
Are you interested in learning how to integrate mobility training? Are you a personal trainer or physical therapist? You are in the right place. Our free webinar is a great introduction on how to integrate mobility and strength. In this webinar, Ian discusses