Tag: hamstrings

Developing the hamstrings should be a major part of any well-rounded training or health program. A combination of strength and flexibility training is ideal ...

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The hamstrings play a crucial role in many daily activities such as, running, jumping, walking and cycling. They are a commonly injured muscle group, ...

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CrossFit is an excellent way to keep fit and healthy. With sessions lasting up to 30 minutes, it’s a perfect mix of short but intense periods of movement which ...

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Keeping your joints strong and healthy is a vital part of staying active and injury free! There are many factors that will affect your joint health such as ...

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Got a stiff back? Want to relieve pain and tightness while strengthening and stretching your back muscles into the bargain? Here are a combination of really ...

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The ski season is in full blow and for those of you who may have slightly over indulged during the festive break, getting back to regular exercise can seem a ...

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We all grow out of playing make believe and making mud pies but climbing trees is something we should take into our adulthood! Let’s take a leaf out of ...

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This subject is really close to home due to my super tight hamstrings.  Years' of running and weightlifting have left me needing to really target my hamstrings ...

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Do you find it embarrassing that you can't touch your toes or if you can, still find it difficult or awkward? You may well have tight hamstrings and stiff ...

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Legs are often a neglected muscle group but they comprise over half of your body so it's a good idea to pay yours due respect. Here are our Top 5 best must do ...

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Weightlifting movements are all about getting the best results in a specific timeframe eg. training 45 minutes a day, 5 days a week. Albeit minimal in terms of ...

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  Just think about it for a moment: all the muscles in your body have a job to do, there are no useless muscles!  In order for your muscles to do ...

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