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    Movement by Mobility Doc

    How to Stretch and When

    How to Stretch and When
    Most platforms that are designed to improve your mobility encourage static flexibility. Other programs encourage what I call, ‘sexy mobility.’ This name is derived from the 50 Shades of Grey like usage of resistance bands, barbells, couches, and more. Movement with stretching, or dynamic flexibility, can be very effective

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    The Three Mobility Tools That I Can’t Live Without

    The Three Mobility Tools That I Can’t Live Without
     If you haven't read my first three blog posts then I should probably give you a short update. So far we've established the following: that recovery is much more than mobility and that you need a good system in order to make a difference. Recovery also exists along a continuum where you need to re-estabilish adequate tissue extensibility and joint mobility prior to re-learning good movement patterns. Therefore, in order to improve tissue extensibility and joint mobility, we often employ three different mobility tools. The three mobility tools that I can’t live without would be the foam roller, the peanut, and the tack and floss band. Today we’ll discuss the purpose of each of these and how to use them.

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    How to choose the right mobility exercises

    How to choose the right mobility exercises
    Step 1 in your recovery plan will typically involve mobility work. Hold that thought for a moment. Your actual step 1 is to make sure you are performing the movement correctly. It sounds ridiculous, but the fastest way to fix a movement is to do it right. Make sure you know the proper technical cues to give yourself the opportunity to do the movement correctly.

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