Want to improve your strength, mobility, and risk of injury? Phyx Online has more than 50 clinical exercises, exercise programs, and workout videos. You can also find clinical tips and tricks to help you stay healthy.
Phyx Exercise Database
View a wide range of exercises to improve your posture, strength, and flexibility. Each exercise has a video demonstration, detailed instructions, and common mistakes to avoid. This will help you achieve the best results and avoid injuries.
Phyx Core Exercises
See our pick of the 15 best core exercises, along with video demonstrations, dosage instructions, and technique notes.
Phyx Your Posture
Finding it difficult to maintain good posture? Check these exercises out. We use them in the clinic every day to guide people from fundamental corrections to functional exercises you can use to strengthen your postural muscles.
Phyx Your Knees
It doesn’t matter whether you’ve sprained a ligament, torn your meniscus, or have developed pain seemingly out of nowhere. If performed correctly, these exercises and pieces of advice will help to improve your biomechanics so that your knees function at their best with as little pain as possible.
Phyx Back and Legs Workout
This guided exercise routine focuses on correcting the most common imbalances we all experience in the back, hips, and knees. It starts with the fundamentals of lower body control, and works through the most useful stretches and strengthening exercises.
Phyx Foot and Ankle Stability Workout
Improve pain in the shins, feet, and Achilles tendon while making your ankles and knees more stable. This 20-minute exercise routine is great to use before sport or exercise, or as a standalone workout.
Phyx Upper Body and Core Workout
This routine is designed to stretch and strengthen the neck, shoulders, chest, upper back, and arms. It can also be useful in improving lower back alignment. You can use it as a warm-up before other physical activity that involves the upper body, or as a stand-alone strengthening routine.
Modifications – Improve Your Technique
We all form bad movement habits. Whether it’s the way we sit, sleep, or use a phone, our biomechanics can usually be better. Find out how to modify daily activities to make them better for your body.
FAQs: What You Need To Know
Find answers to the most frequently asked questions. What does it mean if an exercise is painful? When should you get a second opinion? How much weight shoulder you bel lifting?