Self-Myofascial Release Techniques Using Massage Balls: Your Guide to Self-Massage If you’ve clicked your way to this article, chances are you’re searching to soothe aches and pains, gain range of motion in your joints, enhance performance in your sports activities or…

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The cardiovascular benefits of High Intensity Interval Training are undeniable, but for many HIIT triggers fear of injury.  Incorporating Precovery, Recovery and Self Massage (SMFR) are key for injury prevention. Change doesn’t happen in a day. In the body, it happens…

Master the Body-Breath Connection: Unlock Whole-Body Resilience with Innovative Breathwork Techniques in Body by Breath. An interview with Jill Miller When Jill Miller began writing The Roll Model, her first book, she sent out a call to action through her community:…

The hip is one of the most important joints in the human body— a source of stability and mobility when it’s healthy and functional; pain and stiffness when it’s not. Despite its central role in our ability to move through the world confidently and safely, it remains one of the most misunderstood anatomical structures. 

Proprioception is dropping your feet on the floor when you get out of bed in the morning without having to look down; keeping your eyes on your laptop at work while you reach for your coffee without spilling it; switching your foot seamlessly from the gas pedal to the brake in the car without bending over to look at the floorboard. You don’t need to think about it, and you don’t need to see your arms, legs, or feet for any of it to occur without incident— it happens automatically, outside of your conscious thought. And though proprioception occurs on a subconscious level, there are things you

COVID-19 has been grueling across the board for businesses, but few sectors have been harder hit than group fitness. Gym and studio closures and capacity caps that started early in 2020 continue to this day in some parts of the country.…

In part three of our series about The Road Ahead in 2021, we’ve got two of the most sought after experts in movement, nutrition, and adapting under stress to share advice and practical steps for taking your life back. Adam Rosante, is a strength and nutrition coach, and Dr. Theresa Larson is a physical therapist, combat veteran, and founder of Movement Rx, a digital rehab center and corporate wellness platform.

January looks different this year than usual. A month known for its from-the-rooftops proclamations about transformation from people who want to start over, do better, or be bolder, is straddling the line between embracing change in 2021 and tending to the…

It’s January, the time of year when news and social media feeds are crammed with ideas and proclamations about possibility— A New Year! A New You! All this talk of fresh starts and turning corners can be appealing when we feel…