Increase thoracic mobility and create more powerful torque.
Finding a balance between flexibility & stability is crucial in your body's health.
Where do you breathe from? Where do you send your breath?
Together the foot and the ankle are comprised of more than two dozen bones and 3 joints.
The quadriceps, or "quads", are a group of four muscles located on the front (anterior) of the thigh.
The shoulder girdle is the most mobile and arguably the most vulnerable joint in the body.
The gluteus maximus is one of the largest muscles in the human body.
The latissimus dorsi muscle, or lats for short, is a back muscle that extends from our iliac crest (waist) all the way up to our axilla (armpit).
The pectoralis major is located at the front of the chest; it is a thick broad muscle that makes up most of the chest wall.
This muscle is commonly overlooked but can be a culprit in forward head tilt, a functional muscle imbalance.