You probably have been told that you donโ€™t spend enough time stretching. Whether it was by a coach, a physical therapist, or a doctor; youโ€™ve probably heard that you could have prevented an injury by stretching more. You may have also been told that if you donโ€™t start stretching more, you will get hurt again! Like most people, you probably took the time to go through a full stretching routine before your next couple of workouts but slowly returned to your old habit of not stretching. Well, I am here with some good news: you donโ€™t need to spend more time stretching! This probably comes as a shock to a lot of you, so letโ€™s tackle the myths behind the benefits of stretching one by one. ultimately helping you answer the question, "How much do I need to stretch?".

The single leg Romanian deadlift is a whole body, complete, functional exercise that can be used for rehabilitation, as well as strength and conditioning purposes alike. You get phenomenal posterior chain recruitment while working on single leg stability, which is absolutely vital for injury prevention as well as sports performance. Furthermore, because the single leg Romanian deadlift is a variation of a primary movement pattern, the hip hinge, we can scale it up and down in so many different ways to find a suitable exercise variation for anyone!ย Whether you are a complete newbie to strength and conditioning or a stud who performs the Romanian Deadlift (RDL) and all its variations regularly, this article will cover the amazing benefits of the single leg Romanian deadlifts as well as aย foolproof step-by-step guide to master the single leg Romanian deadlift.

FAI (Femoroacetabular Impingement) Syndrome is a condition in which the hip structure has been altered, either genetically, or more commonly through physical stresses.ย  When someone is diagnosed with FAI, they will present with a CAM Impingement (thickening on the femoral neck), a PINCER impingement (deepening of the hip socket), or a combination of both IN CONJUNCTION with pain/symptoms. It is not uncommon for labral tears to be present with FAI Syndrome as well. This article will focus on exercises for FAI syndrome that individuals can use to manage their associated hip pain!

This article will demonstrate the 4 of the most undervalued exercises that I wish I had incorporated into my routine throughout my younger years. You learn from mistakes, but the mistakes don't have to be yours. These 4 most undervalued exercises are high-value movements that we have found to provide benefit to numerous clients and patients of ours. These are exercises that should be built into everyoneโ€™s program to some capacity. These exercises include 2 upper body and 2 lower body movements. For some, these exercises can be the meat and potatoes of a workout, while others may integrate these movements as part of their warm-up or end of workout burner. A little bit of prehab goes a long way! Donโ€™t be that guy or girl that is going to say โ€œI wish I did something about this earlier.โ€ This article will provide you with the 4 most undervalued exercises that you should integrate today!

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