While there are many parts to our hips and quads, the rectus femoris muscle can easily be forgotten about. It connects our hips to our knees and is incredibly important as far as being able to walk and to simply lift our legs up.
Fortify & Reinforce Your Knees With A Strong Vastus Medialis Every part of body is incredibly important and has its own purpose. However, when it comes to muscles that are under-appreciated, the vastus medialis is arguably near the top of that list.
Getting Better Results All Starts With Improving Posture More often than not, many do not think twice about their posture and how it affects their health. But since you actually want to know how to improve posture, you’re already doing a lot better than most! When it comes to athletic training, strength training, or bodybuilding, […]
The shoulder joint is the most versatile joint in the human body. For all kinds of athletic feats, a healthy shoulder joint is the basis of incredible upper-body power. But if your shoulder mobility is not close to your full potential, your overall fitness is significantly limited.
The Need For Hip Mobility In An Ever Stiff World Being able to move our bodies’ efficiently is essential to live a long, prosperous life. At the core of our basic motions, the pelvic area grounds and centers us. Of course, hip mobility is needed to simply keep moving, but it also can be improved […]
Yoga can be used for anybody who does strength training Yoga is something many people are hesitant to try, but actually is really beneficial to anyone who does strength training, or any kind of workout!
In my previous article on improving grip strength, I briefly talked about back decompression in a small section. After giving it much thought, however, I decided that back decompression deserves a post of its own.
Here’s the deal, I have seen too many people with bad backs. Every one from a 17 year old kid, to a 70 year old man. To be quite honest, I am sick of it. There is no need for this to occur. The lower back may have its vulnerabilities, but it designed to last. […]