Category Archives: Flexibility

The Case for Low-Impact Workouts

Natalie Laser had trained herself to work to the point of exhaustion. As a former competitive soccer player for the University of Southern California, sprints, high-intensity interval training, and strenuous lifting sessions were part of her regular routine. But at the same time, Laser was fighting an internal battle. “I struggled with disordered eating and […]

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3 Common Misconceptions About Core Strength

The burning sensation of building core strength can be incredibly satisfying, whether you’re holding a plank or struggling to finish your last set of crunches. That burn might bring you a sense of accomplishment, but it shouldn’t be your only measure of core strength. The core is the literal center of your body, a key transition […]

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