Here is another great mobility program developed with Revelution Fitness to keep the lower arm as functional as possible. The stretches, mobility drills, and strengthen exercises will help to optimize your performance at the box, especially with bar work, and even help counteract the day to day hazards of typing, texting, etc. Check out the new program here and as always, please consult the doctor with any questions or concerns prior to engaging in this program.
Here is another great mobility program done with Jay from Revelution Fitness focusing on the calf, ankle, and foot. These exercises will not only help strengthen your foundation to the floor, but increased mobility will hopefully aid in a deeper squat, easier cardio, and overall less injuries. Follow along with the program by completing one stretch, one mobilization, and one strengthening exercise for each day. As always, please consult your doctor with any questions or concerns before attempting this program but otherwise click here to view the program and to follow along with the videos.
For our latest mobility program installment with Revelution Fitness, we are focusing on low back mobility. In this series, we have detailed 9 different exercises: 3 stretches, 3 mobilizing components, and 3 strengthening movements to help make the low back function ideally. Take 1 from each category to complete each day and as always, please consult your doctor with any questions or concerns prior to engaging in this program. Click here to view this program.
There are many benefits to the breakdown and release of tight soft tissues throughout the body, and I have demonstrated the use of the Foam Roller to many of my patients for a great home therapy. Jay from Revelution Fitness helped me to film the use of the Foam Roller for the full spine and legs. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this therapy, please consult your doctor before attempting. Otherwise, please click here to view the video. Happy rolling!
As a follow up to our Optimal Shoulder Mobility Program, in a collaborative effort with Revelution Fitness, we have developed another 3 part program to mobilize the hips and pelvis. Follow the program here and the full directional videos here. If you have any questions or concerns, please consult your doctor before engaging in this program.
Anterior knee pain is a common condition in many athletes, especially with running and jumping sports. Repetitive motions with faulty mechanics can be the cause of this and can be traced back to numerous issues including flat feet, weak quadricep, hamstring or hip muscles, tight connective tissues, decreased joint mobility, or improper gait. This conditions can commonly be treated with good results, especially when properly diagnosed. Check out the full article here