Welcome to Flexibility Research.com!

I plan to use this website to bring you the latest advances in the science of flexibility direct from the frontiers of research. I want to do so in a way that is accessible and easy to understand, so the language you'll see used here is less formal than that which appears in the scientific literature. My goal is to give you helpful information that you can use in your training and coaching, not impress you with an expansive and confusing vocabulary.

I teach flexibility primarily through the lens of biomechanics, so you'll find lots of information about that subject too. I'll also be sharing my thoughts on other closely associated subjects like anatomy, cell biology, biochemistry, histology, neurophysiology, motor control, psychology, pedagogy, business, and many more.

I will be publishing a new blog post every day for the next two years. I set myself this seemingly impossible goal after taking inspiration from Sarah Arnold Hall's blogging journey. It's a goal that will force me to show up every day and hopefully help me overcome the imposter syndrome, which sometimes cripples my progress. In addition, announcing it holds me accountable to my readers and increases the likelihood I'll follow through. You can find out more about why I set this goal and the benefits that come with showing up every day for two years in my very first blog post, which you can read by clicking here.

You're welcome to access the available resources as often as you like, and I hope you find information that supports your learning in this fascinating subject. I'm always looking for ways to improve how I communicate with my readers, so please don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions, comments, or suggestions you have. Most importantly, I hope you enjoy your time here.

Stay flexible,

Dan