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By Experience Life Staff
Qigong teacher John Du Cane demonstrates the practice to increase mobility and build inner and outer strength.
a woman holds her shoulder
By Kermit Pattison
The cause of frozen shoulder is a mystery. For millions of Americans, its symptoms are debilitating. Fortunately, the condition can be cured and, in many cases, prevented altogether.
Fitness Fix for Shoulder Blades
By Andrew Heffernan
Try these two moves to help strengthen your scapulae.
By Karla Walsh, NASM-CPT, AFAA
Soothe tight, tired muscles and recharge your body and mind with these yoga-inspired moves.
By Experience Life Staff
See how to soothe tight, tired muscles and recharge your body and mind with these yoga-inspired moves.
By Karla Walsh, NASM-CPT, AFAA
Do your feet feel tight? Relieve your tired feet with these two daily stretches.
Cyclist resting and drinking water
By Heidi Wachter
Our expert, David Pascoe, PhD, professor of exercise science at Auburn University, answers your fitness question.
Back Exercise
By Andrew Heffernan
Relieve your sore spine with these accessible exercises.
a woman holds an ice pack on her shoulder
By Kermit Pattison
You worked hard - and now you're feeling the hurt. Time to get wise about delayed onset muscle soreness.
Fix Your Slouch
By Nicole Radziszewski
Two easy exercises to perk up your posture.
Prehab Workout
By Andrew Heffernan
Injury-proof yourself with these prehabilitation mobility moves.
Illustration of woman stretching hips
By Andrew Heffernan
Exercises to improve hip mobility.
By Karla Walsh, NASM-CPT, AFAA
Why does my back hurt after yoga class?
Shin Splints
By Yael Grauer
Three easy exercises to prevent shin splints.
By Nicole Radziszewski
2 exercises to improve your shoulder mobility.
By Karen Olson
More than just a vacation, these retreat centers offer restoration for mind, body, and soul.
By Heidi Wachter
This Valentine's Day, surprise your partner (or anyone you love!) with the gift of a relaxing neck massage.
Ankle Mobility
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Think you can’t squat because of a bad back? Tight hips? Weak knees? You may want to look lower down in the kinetic chain — the problem may just be tight ankles.
By Experience Life Staff
Matt Dixon, MSc, the author of The Well-Built Triathlete explains the essence of recovery.
Cat Cow Exercise
By Bryan Krahn, CSCS
Two stretching drills to help mitigate morning-movement woes.
By Experience Life Staff
Follow along as our fitness editor, Maggie Fazeli Fard, shows you how to undo the damage of too much sitting with these eight exercises.
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