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April 13, 2014

Problem identification

The first thing to do is simply identify if you have tight muscles in certain parts of your body. A person can have normal static flexibility in one part of the body and be inflexible or even hypermobile in another. Prior injury, overuse, poor po...

February 12, 2014

It’s time to forget everything your high-school gym coach or workout partner ever told you about stretching. Some of us stretch before we run/workout, some after you run/workout, and some not at all. Which is best? And what does “stretching” mean anyway? 

First, defin...

January 20, 2014

Using bands for mobility and traction is a great idea. This video shows how to secure the band around your wrist so you do not need to grip the band. Gripping causes a contraction of the muscles of the upper extremities and torso which will inhibit the mobility/tractio...

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