So I pulled today’s article from the archives and the original publishing date was back on October 27, 2016.
In today’s world the need for mobility and functional fitness is greater than ever. After coaching for almost 20 years I’m constantly finding myself helping people with movement dysfunction. Correcting movement dysfunction is something that takes commitment, but it is something that can be easily fixed if you just demonstrate a little commitment and creativity.
In today’s article my goal is to help you out in both of these categories. Make sure you read this and apply.
- Do you implement strength moves that are a bit unconventional and go against the status quo?
- Does your strength program help to improve your overall physical function?
- Do you like incorporating different strength moves to help challenge you in different ways?
The key to a quality strength program is being able to utilize what tools and strength moves you have at your disposal to get the job done. This can range from equipment to knowledge, but regardless of the tools the principles of acquiring an optimal level of strength and mobility should be based on incorporating movements to benefit your body’s overall function. After all, form always follows function. Now buckle your chinstrap and get to work with these unique strength moves to elevate your functional fitness.