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Rotational Chops: The Key to Increasing Your Throwing and Swinging Power

In order to improve rotational power, which is essential for any rotational athlete (that includes you who only plays golf on weekends), it has to first...

5 Must-Do Mobility Exercises for Baseball Players

Over the course of a long season it is important to maintain proper shoulder mobility. The repetitiveness from throwing tightens up the shoulder and...

How to Foam Roll Your Shoulders to Relieve Pain and Improve Range of Motion

Many athletes foam roll their lower bodies, but neglect the upper half. (Learn how to foam roll your upper back.) That's a missed opportunity because ...

Why Improving Flexibility Isn't Always a Good Thing

When writing a strength and conditioning program there are a variety of variables that must be taken into consideration. To set yourself up for...

How Correct Form for Back Exercises Can Vary Depending on Your Height and Physique

Lee Boyce on The Truth About Back Exercises Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRosWo0irDo Simply put, no two bodies are created equally. Taller...

7 Exercises That Safely Build Shoulder Strength

Many exercises can develop strong shoulders. Some are great. Others, not so much. The shoulder is one of the most sensitive joints in the body....

How to Safely Return to Training After an Injury

return to training As athletes, most of us are going to experience that universal unpleasant inevitability: injury. Sure, there are those few...

5 Back-Friendly Exercises That Build Your Glutes and Hamstrings

In the previous installment, I detailed knee-dominant exercises athletes dealing with back pain can use to build lower body strength while staying...

Multi-Directional Strength: Why You Need It, How to Get It

If you look at any anatomy or exercise physiology textbook, you'll see the human body is split into three distinct planes and axes about which motion...

Build Stronger Glutes With This Lunge Hack

There's a simple way to target your glutes during a Lunge, and it only requires a small adjustment to the exercise. You've likely been doing the Lu...

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