You’ve heard it before: more isn’t always better. Sometimes less is more. One aspect of fitness that we don’t often relate to this saying, however, is range of motion. We tend to think more movement
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Over the next few months, we'll be rolling out a series of technique tips to help you improve on your primary movement patterns. First up, Mitch talks us through the squat! https://youtu.be/ruOofcGNL1c P.S.
Earlier this week, I got a message from a dear friend who lives much too far away to pop into the gym for a chat. He, like many others, posed the question, "do you have
Have you got a spare five minutes this weekend to improve your mobility? Here's a quick little routine to get your hips, shoulders, and back feeling loose as a goose! https://youtu.be/oMBcEulnRPU Try for about 5-8
Have you ever experienced numbness, pain, or tingling down one leg? Your piriformis could be to blame! Your piriformis is a deep rotator muscle in your hip, and is a common source of tension –
Getting started on something new can be intimidating – starting to workout is no exception. There can be pressures from those around you, or from yourself, as to what you “should” be doing. There can
Healthy eating isn’t as complicated as we often make it out to be - it’s usually not so much a matter of knowing what to do as it is actually doing it! With the New
Whether or not you’re setting New Year’s Resolutions, taking some time to sit and write down some goals for yourself can help to put things in perspective, jolt you into action, or help you envision
Although shoulder presses are a common exercise, it’s also common to see them poorly executed – leading to injury. Before you press overhead, we want to make sure you are qualified and prepared for that