Can't touch your toes? It's not the end of the world.
Flexibility and being in the moment can help your running.
Learn how to attain optimal hip flexor flexibility, improve core strength and stability, as well as gluteal strength and stability.
A bit of “Om” time could make you faster and more injury-resistant.
Learn the difference between flexibility and mobility, and focus on the latter.
Increase your hamstring's range of motion with this excellent exercise.
Scientists have identified a gene that makes it hard to touch one’s toes and easy to run fast.
The hips, glutes, hamstrings and ankles are the four areas that give runners the most trouble. Here's how to straighten out any issues.
Address all three planes of movement to decrease your risk of both running-related and general injuries.