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Progressing Mobility: A Half Get Up To Optimal Performance

Progressing Mobility: A Half Get Up To Optimal Performance

The original publishing date of today’s article was back on March 31, 2016. I pulled this one from the archive because I wanted to make sure to cover today’s topic of helping you to learn a method to progress and improve your mobility in the most practical way possible.

You might be familiar with the Turkish Get Up. However today I want to cover another unique movement to help you give your mobility a significant upgrade. Make sure you read today’s article and apply this method to your own training!

The key to mastering mobility is being intelligent about how you take a trainee from one step to the next in the most sensible and idiot proof way possible. Today is going to be an example of how you can go about doing just that. Today I’m going to do this with a great strength drill that I like to introduce to my trainees in the iron game on a fairly regular basis. If you’re looking to optimize your mobility and open up your kinetic chain for greater strength and agility then you’re going to like today’s article.

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Dynamic Motion: The Keys To Moving Before Moving

Dynamic Motion: The Keys To Moving Before Moving

This is an older article that I pulled from the archives that I thought was good for explaining the significance of mobility and dynamic motion for your performance. The original publishing date for today’s article was back on June 2, 2016.

If you’re looking to step up your fitness and performance you absolutely need to make sure that your joint mobility and dynamic motion is optimal. If you really want to know how important this is then you need to make sure you read this article in full. Read and apply.

I always like using the analogy that the body is just like a car engine. Anybody familiar with cars understands that you’ve got to allow an engine to be broken in. If the engine has some miles on it then you need to allow it time to warm up after you fire it to ensure you can have an enjoyable trouble free ride.

Fluids have to warm up, hoses have to warm, and the oil itself needs to warm so it can become a bit less viscous and less like maple syrup. All of these factors play into the engine running better lubricated, smoother, faster, and without setbacks. Your body works in the exact same way.

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4 Exercises For Improving Your Squat Range Of Motion

4 Exercises For Improving Your Squat Range Of Motion

  1. Do you currently have trouble with your squats because your range of motion (ROM) is inhibited?
  2. Are you looking for a way to correct and improve on your squat ROM?
  3. Are you looking to make bigger gains with your training?
  4. Are you looking to give your strength and conditioning program a significant upgrade?

Improving your squat ROM is crucial if you’re serious about getting results from your training and about optimizing the function of your body from head to toe. If you’re limited with your squatting ability then your function is limited which in turn means you’re body is not performing up to standard. To help you resolve this I’m including 4 exercises here to help you improve your squat ROM and to get you into optimal function. If you’re trying to do it then you might as well do it right!

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3 Great Exercises To Prime And Mobilize Your Hips, Knees, And Ankles

3 Great Exercises To Prime And Mobilize Your Hips, Knees, And Ankles

So I’m sure you’ve had those days where you walk into the weight room knowing it’s squat day and you feel tight as hell and realize that you need to work to mobilize your hips, knees, and ankles. After 8 hours of a stressful workday, a long commute in the car, and too much Netflix in the evening it’s easy to fall into the trap of getting that all too common hip, knee, and ankle immobility that can train wreck your squat day.

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Dynamic Motion: The Keys To Moving Before Moving!

Dynamic Motion: The Keys To Moving Before Moving!

I always like using the analogy that the body is just like a car engine. Anybody familiar with cars understands that you’ve got to allow an engine to be broken in. If the engine has some miles on it then you need to allow it time to warm up after you fire it to ensure you can have an enjoyable trouble free ride.

Fluids have to warm up, hoses have to warm, and the oil itself needs to warm so it can become a bit less viscous and less like maple syrup. All of these factors play into the engine running better lubricated, smoother, faster, and without setbacks. Your body works in the exact same way.

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