From swimming or basketball to chin ups and handstands, being able to move your shoulders freely is a key part of staying active and pain-free, and doing what you love. Here are four movements that can help.
Strong, mobile hips are healthy, happy hips. They’re also the bedrock of better movement and physical freedom. Find out why your hips are important and what you can do to keep them moving, today and tomorrow.
If you’re not training for the Olympics or to be competitive at an elite level, then you can likely swap a pursuit of perfection with a focus on well-rounded participation. UK Master Instructor Rich Scrivener shows us how.
The best climbers in the world have superior postural control, grip strength, energy efficiency, and power. With modern-day climbing requiring ever-increasing levels of all this and more, ground-based movement is the perfect training partner.
There’s more to being on your golf A-game than preparing with a few air swings and side bends. Animal Flow Master Instructor and resident golf pundit, Roshan Chopra, shares a warm-up that’ll have you on fire.
Rebuilding your movement freedom after low back pain can feel nerve-wracking, but it doesn’t have to be. In part 2 of Adapting to Low Back Pain, Fréyja Spence shares a 4-step plan for restoring confidence in your body and what it can do.
If you experience low back pain, you’re not alone–it’s now the leading cause of musculoskeletal soreness globally. Master Instructor Freyja Spence gives an insight into the way our bodies change in response to low back pain.
If you’re looking for whole-body strength, mobility and control, then look no further than Form Specific Stretches. We take a look at simple ways you can inject some of Animal Flow’s most versatile movements into your day.