Just about every athlete relies on their core to do their sport’s fundamentals. Swinging in Tennis. Hitting in Baseball. Blocking in Football. All use their core to power these imperative actions. But, a mistake athletes make is treating their core as if it’s just their abs. Your core is … [Read more...] about Stop Treating Your Core as Just Your Abs
Mobility & Wellness
Your performance on the court is a culmination of all your practice and training. We think of this when pushing hard, maybe even ignoring nagging aches and pains. Unfortunately, you may be actually hindering your performance by always going that extra mile and not listening to your … [Read more...] about The Biggest Hindrance to Performance
Unfortunately, a few wellness and fitness myths are spread so often that they are taken at face value. One such myth we’d like to expose is that you should predominantly work the muscle groups you use the most. Take a tennis player with a hard, heavy serve. You might think … [Read more...] about Wellness and Fitness Myth: Working Your Most Used Muscles
One of the most important things you can do for your health and wellness is to do a little bit every day. A consistent flow of small, incremental gains is the best way to see improvements because it’s easy to maintain. To help your body find balance, you’ll need to stretch muscles that are … [Read more...] about What Just Two Minutes Can Do
When it comes to physical training, people can sometimes gravitate towards doing high-intensity sessions less frequently. The term "weekend warriors" may come to mind. But there are a few problems with this approach to fitness and wellness. First, since your body is not used to that … [Read more...] about Consistency is key
A common phrase in sports and fitness is “no pain, no gain.” But when it comes to stretching (and often sports and fitness in general), that couldn’t be farther from the truth. A prevalent misconception about stretching is that you must go “to the edge” if you’re going to get … [Read more...] about No pain, no gain?