Mobility

Mobility 101

“Nothing Happens Until Something Moves” – Albert Einstein Have you ever wondered what you need to be doing each and every day to improve your mobility and flexibility? Do you think working on your mobility is something you should do more of? Would you like to have a simple set of exercises that can go…

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  This routine is a fantastic full-body routine that can be done before or after a run. It is designed to release the tight spots that most commonly limit runners, while also strengthening key areas that are often neglected. To understand the general theory behind these exercises we recommend watching this video, which we created…

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Stiff, Tired & Sore

If you have been following along, you will know that mobility is incredibly important for optimal health and performance. However, you will also know that it is poorly understood. Today I want to talk about why mobility is a function of our daily lives and the activities we do, along with why we must train…

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by Luke Kane – MTP Founder, Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Movement Specialist.  There is an enormous amount of free health information available on the internet these days. Some great, some good, some average, and some rubbish. Well, a lot of rubbish. And in all categories there are many different experts/pseudo experts giving new, different and…

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When you are planning your pre/post training regime, what are the big targets on your check list? The must do areas that you would be negligent to leave out? Hip mobility; quads, hamstrings, glutes? Some thoracic and shoulder mobility maybe?  Often the forgotten cousin of the lower limb (with the quads and hamstrings getting all…

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By Glenn Stevens, Chiropractor When we look at the joints in the body and the way in which they are supposed to function, we begin to see a pattern. Mike Boyle and Gray Cook (if you aren’t familiar with them I suggest you check our their books) hit the hammer on the head when they…

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