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We'll target the three major joints in your body that take the most use and abuse on a daily basis; the shoulders, hips and spine.
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WHAT IS MOBILITY TRAINING?
Mobility training is joint training and it's the most simple and effective way to relieve aches, pain and tightness, eliminate injury, and safeguard your body from whatever is thrown its way.
We use it to develop control, build strength and increase range of motion within your joints, so they stay healthy and move the way they were meant to.
Just like strength training builds muscle and conditioning strengthens the cardiovascular system, mobility training strengthens the joints.
What surprises most is that all movement and injury stems from your joints.
Even if you’re having issues like knots or tightness in your muscles…that’s an alarm from your nervous system that it doesn’t feel safe, brought on by imbalances in how your joints work together.
When your joints work their best, pain and injury goes away, sports performance improves and future injury is mitigated.
This is the piece to the injury and performance puzzle few are exploring...until now.
SEE WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
"As an avid golfer, I could start to feel my flexibility and mobility decreasing as I got older.
Once I started mobility training, it didn’t take long for me to feel a difference but the more you practice, the better you’re able to feel the areas of your body that need some attention.
Since I’ve started mobility training, I’m able to get an additional 20 yards on my golf swing, I can touch my toes, I have higher box jumps, and overall improved posture in just about everything I do. The mobility part of my training has changed my life.
Strength training is good but being mobile / flexible is key to longevity."
- VINCE M.