HOW: While keeping your head still in a seated position, move your eyes from one side to the other. Bring your arms out in front of you using your thumbs as targets. You also have the option of looking at two distant objects as...

HOW: While looking at your thumb directly in front of you, move your head from side to side. Make sure to keep your eyes on the thumb the entire time, avoid arching the neck when you perform this. Start with small rotations, as you...

While looking at your thumb directly in front of you, move your head from up <> down and repeat. Make sure to keep your eyes on the thumb the entire time. Start with small movements, as you feel comfortable you can increase the range of...

HOW: While keeping your head still in a seated position, move your eyes towards one side then follow the motion with your head. Next, lead with the eyes to the opposite side then follow with the head and repeat. Bring your arms out in...

HOW: While keeping your head still in a seated position move your eyes towards an elevated object then follow the motion with your head. Then, look down towards the lowered object followed by moving your head and repeat. Bring your arms out in front...

The Neck Mobility Assessment is designed to assess your neck range of motion in all planes of movement. You will perform neck flexion and extension, side bend in both directions, rotation in both directions, and flexion + rotation. It would be in your best interest...

Check out this video focused on a handful of simple movements every runner can make time for before a run. Prepping the body doesn’t take much prior to a run. However, where runners RUN into issues sometimes is when they try a run after sitting...

What is good vs. bad posture? Follow along to learn the truth about posture....

Check out this video focused on education and a handful of simple movements and stretches every runner should make time for after a run, or on recovery days. It has been suggested that 90% of running injuries are due to training errors ➡️ this includes...

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