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Four Simple Exercise to Prevent Tech Neck

Your screen time may be hurting you. US consumers spend upwards of five hours a day on their phones. Hours spent hunched over our devices is compromising our posture. This condition is called “Tech Neck.” Symptoms can include neck soreness, pinching, and burning sensations. Here are four simple exercises to prevent Tech Neck. you can do at home that require zero equipment and about four minutes of your time. All you need is a little motivation.

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Getting Down with the Pull Up

The pull-up is beautiful exercise, and combined with the kip, can really showcase the art in human movement. The challenge the beginner athlete may face is not knowing where to start, or when is the right time to take things to the next level.

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So You Want to Pistol Squat?

Pistol Squats are downright tough. To do them correctly? Well, that's even tougher. Rehab specialist and all around body guru, Tyler Wall, breaks it down step by step and gives you the exercises to improve, strengthen and gain mobility for each movement of the elusive pistol squat.