Mobility

Improving Overhead Shoulder Mobility (Part 2)

Improving Overhead Shoulder Mobility (Part 2)

This is the second part of the overhead shoulder mobility series. In this post, mobility and stability exercises are recommended to improve overhead shoulder movement.

Balancing Mobility & Stability - Injury Prevention in Yoga

Balancing Mobility & Stability - Injury Prevention in Yoga

Most of the time someone thinks of yoga, they immediately think of flexibility and mobility. While flexibility and mobility are definitely crucial parts of yoga, the stability demands of various yoga positions is also high. This post will discuss which body regions commonly need better stability in the yoga population and exercises that can help strengthen those body regions. 

Everything You Wanted to Know About Foam Rolling

Everything You Wanted to Know About Foam Rolling

Foam rolling has become a popular treatment option for many muscle aches and pains. The foam roller targets muscles and fascia to decrease pain and improve flexibility. This article will discuss what foam rolling can help with and which body areas you should focus on (and which to avoid). 

Ankle Sprains in Ultimate Frisbee 

Ankle Sprains in Ultimate Frisbee 

In this post, we will discuss everything an ultimate frisbee player needs to know about ankle sprains including what ligaments are injured, when x-rays are needed, and how ankle sprains are commonly treated. 

What To Do About Plantar Fasciitis

What To Do About Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain. The pain is generally felt just in front of the heel bone and also on the inside arch of the foot. Plantar fasciitis is worse after prolonged periods of inactivity such as the first few steps in the morning or after sitting at a desk. This post will discuss what causes plantar fasciitis and what can be done about it.

Is it possible to increase flexibility without stretching?

Is it possible to increase flexibility without stretching?

Are all tight tissues a flexibility problem? It would make sense that if we feel tightness in a tissue that we should stretch it. The hamstrings and the low back are two common areas where people feel the need to stretch. The problem is that the tightness usually returns shortly after stretching. What gives? In this blog post we will discuss why the solution to all flexibility problems isn’t stretching and what can be done about those tight tissues.