Mobility

Four Myths About Mobility Training – Part Two

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In Part One of this post, I shared the first two mobility myths with you. They covered foam rolling and self massage tools, as well as stretching. If you missed those, you might want to click back to Part One and read that first. In today’s Part Two of this break down of common myths[..]

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Four Myths About Mobility Training – Part One

If you wanted to learn to speak French, you wouldn’t take lessons in mathematics to accomplish it. The fastest way to learn a language is to start practicing speaking with that language. How you improve your flexibility, range of motion, and mobility, are no different. And yet, you might still be doing things to improve[..]

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Shoulder Health: Mobility, Injury-Recovery, And Strength

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Many shoulder injuries occur because you weren’t properly prepared for the movement that taxed your shoulder beyond its capacity. When the load exceeds what the tissue can handle, an injury is inevitable. Proper preparation for any movement means that you’ve met the prerequisites for the joint(s) being called upon for the movement you want to[..]

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Stretching: What works to improve your mobility

Everyone wants to feel better. No one likes wasting time doing things that are ineffective, or worse, not good for you. So in addition to the content here on the site, I’ve been having fun using facebook live to host free trainings. The short trainings (both are about 30 minutes each) are on topics that[..]

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