Stick mobility is a revolutionary system designed to help you move better and take your performance to the next level.
Our goal is to help unlock 🔐 and strengthen the areas of your body needed to access your full potential.
Stick mobility is a system using a flexible stick that that enables increased range of movement and enhances neuromuscular awareness.
The stick gives you leverage to access ranges of motion you normally could not reach and enables you to apply tension to strengthen different ranges and movements.
Not Only for athletes, the benefits transfer to everyday life. But if you are an athlete , the system complements your normal training load. #booknow#mobility#strength#yesterdaysmethodswillnotcreatetomorrowschampions@grandstandphys@stickmobility_australia
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*CARS routine and the WHY behind it*
The daily movements that I do are called CARS (Controlled Articular Rotations), meaning controlled joint rotations. They have been the number one tool for me over the last 18 months in getting me free from chronic pains, along with moving and feeling much better. .
The main reason I do these is for Joint Health & Longevity. In a nutshell, the healthiest thing you can do for your joints is to give them full range controlled movement everyday. Not fish oil, not a massage, not dry needling, not foam rolling, not stretching, but FULL RANGE CONTROLLED MOVEMENT
You will go on a journey of discovery with your body when you do your daily CARS. You will notice what joints move well, what ones don't move well, how stiff you are, what joints you have very little range in or no control over. We are essentially driving an amazing meat vehicle around (our bodies) with little to no control over it. Since we have no control, our brain has no choice but to put the handbrake on and keep us tight and stiff to protect us from injuring ourself. WE SHOULDNT BE SUPRISED BY THIS ANYMORE.
Start to take back control of your body and do your CARS every day and you will be amazed at the freedom your body will give you over time. SHOW YOUR BODY CONTROL AND SAFETY AND IN RETURN YOU WILL GET FREEDOM AND A PAIN FREE, BETTER FUNCTIONING BODY. Give your joints the same time every day that you give to brushing your teeth and you will see the amazing benefits. .
You dont have to go through every joint, that's up to you. YOU GET OUT OF IT WHAT YOU PUT INTO IT. Healthy, pain free joints is one of my top priorites so I have done this daily since February 2018 and will continue to do so. Where does it lie on your priority list? If you want to just pick a joint that's bothering you at the moment and start with that one then go for it. Movement is the best medicine!
Any questions just ask👍🏼
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0 23 minutes ago
B2R BESPOKE, IN HOUSE CPD COMES TO YOU
Another Back to Roots 2 day CPD event in the books.
We met a great group of healthcare professionals in Chiropractic Associates.
This was a specific Back to Roots upskilling intervention tailored to their clinic.
Some of the expectations the group wanted from their B2R weekend:
✅rehabilitation ideas through Play - make things fun
✅Blue Zone lifestyle implementation ✅ integration of Primary Spine Practitioners (PSP) and B2R ✅fresh rehab ideas immediately applicable Monday morning ✅ support with programming for exercise adherence for those with low access to a gym ✅motivation / inspiration
If you would like B2R to come to your practice for a bespoke CPD programme then get in touch for details.
Jeff Shurr would also be available for contact for anybody intrigued about the value this might have for you business based on their experience this weekend.
Luke R. Davies, #B2Rhealth :) Image credit @jacob_baylis
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Mature movement starts by being immature
Immature movement starts as #play
Therefore play ➡️performance
Before we specialize in #youthsports we should help them have fun
1 65 minutes ago
“You’ll never run like you used to” “Your ankle will never be the same” “You’ll never run without ankle pain again”
Just some of the things I heard two years ago when I broke my left ankle, well today I completed my first Half-Marathon in 2hrs 11min with NO ankle pain 🙌🏻 I averaged a 9min pace for a majority of the race and I never stopped or walked!
HOLY CANOLI! 😦A VIDEO!!! 🤩
Hey everyone! I know it’s been a long while since we last posted. Truth is, we are working on a bunch of content to be able to bring to you as well as experimenting with a few different types of programs that we hope to be able to bring you later this year. Stay tuned!
Today’s lesson: YOUR BODY DOES NOT WORK IN ONE PLANE OF MOTION, SO STOP TRAINING IT THAT WAY 🤦🏽♂️
The body works in 3 different planes: Sagittal, Coronal and transverse. Typically, most movements we perform stay in the sagittal plane and while this is still great to perform, we should not limit ourselves to this single plane. This is why you hear these stories of how someone injured themselves by something as simple as picking a book up off the ground. These areas of the spine are not developed and “well versed” in these foreign planes of motion and the repetitive use/possible biomechanical imbalances lead to a injury. 😵
So what can we do about it? For starters, begin to incorporate other types of movements into your training program as well as uni-lateral components and eccentrics. The first movement seen in the video is a barbell back rack carry with a modification of a figure 8 pattern (or Limitless ♾ pattern 😉) and this ends up creating a lateral and rotational component that can begin to train the musculature of the core that work in those planes of motion. On top of this, the weight bearing exercise itself will stimulate bone formation through osteogenesis. This is great in order to develop stronger bones and prevent against diseases like osteoporosis. 💪🏽 Finally, it’s Sunday so let’s get a strength workout in! 🔥🔥🔥🔥 Here’s a sneak peak of the style of training we will be aiming for later this year. Enjoy! 🏋🏽♂️ 15 minutes as many rounds as possible
Figure 8 back rack carry at 1.25x-2x body weight
25 double unders
7 heavy wall balls (30/20)
This is a GREAT stretch for the quads and hip flexors. Do this at home on the couch or at the gym with a bench or box! I do this before and after squat sessions. It’s a great way to mobilize the joints and muscles prior to loaded movements, and doing this after a gnarly leg session will feel AMAZING! Give this a go before your next leg session, you won’t regret it one bit, GUARANTEED!
1. Set up a mat on the floor with a box/bench or couch behind you, half kneel on the mat keeping one leg planted on the ground creating an approximate 90 degree angle with your upper/lower leg, with the other leg you will extend your hip and flex your knee behind you, you’ll stabilize in this position by bracing the top of your foot against the box
2. Really keep your foot in plantar flexion, get your shine as flat as possible with the top of your foot
3. Stay nice and tall with a neutral spine and engaged core throughout the entire movement
4. Drive your bum into your heel, feel a nice stretch in the front of your leg, hold for a solid amount of time, don’t just sway back and forth, really hold the stretch
5. Bring your knee closer to the box to increase the intensity, if you’ve never done this before there’s a good chance that it’s going to hurt and be tough, increase your range of motion and time under the stretch in a progressive fashion
Absolute beauty day for a run! 9(ish) km in 42 mins! Throwing up a nice post run flex too. I've been working hard on refining my routines and diet and really seeing results. I'm coming into my second week of intermittent fasting and seeing some significant changes there. Down about 3 pounds, midsection leaning out, strength and energy increasing. Let's see how I look by the end of summer while keeping to this routine!
💥 FRONT RACK 💥
Améliore ta ROTATION EXTERNE !
Douleur dans les poignets ou dans les coudes en front rack ???
Occupes toi de tes épaules !!!
Tes poignets et tes coudes sont certainement en train de compenser un manque de rotation dans les épaules !
Etirement des rotateurs internes :
• Paumes des mains vers le haut et prise plus large que les épaules.
• Coudes rentrés.
• Nombril rentré, descend la poitrine.
• Respire profondément !!!!!
💥 FRONT RACK 💥
Improve your EXTERNAL ROTATION !
Do your wrist or elbows hurt while front rack ???
Take care about your shoulders !!!!
Your wrist and your elbows are certainly compensating a lack of shoulders rotations.
Stretch your internal rotators :
• Palms up. Grab the pipe larger than shoulders width.
• Elbows inside.
• Belly Button inside, push your chest down.
• Breathe deeply !!!!!
External rotators stretch —-> next post. #mobility#health#shoulder#frontsquat#frontrack#mobilityclass#crossfit#mobilitywod#mobilitybypp#crossfitlerouge#seminar#perform#improvment#thoracicspine#crossfitmobility#breatbing@mobilitywod@crossfitlerouge
Here’s a couple of exercises to add into your next warm-up or mobility session.
Recently I’ve moved away from trying to hit a specific number of reps, now I’ve been going for feel instead. .
I usually use the two of these together before a lower limb session. I also like to include a few movements to free up the spine also.
Give these a go and let me know how you get on with them.
I’m opening up spaces for my online hamstring prehab and prevention program on Monday. If you struggle with hamstring issues and are interested in starting on this program pop me over a quick message and we will discuss it further.
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When your boss asks if you are free on Sunday to go to Portsmouth and you say yes before realising exactly what you have just signed up to 😂 thanks @karendavisblues so glad I did it. 100m abseil complete. ✅This was so much fun and again for an amazing cause #winchesterhospice#bucketlist
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Den dybe hug/squat er universal🙏🏻.
Brug den som jeg viser her til kombinationen - Vejrtrækning og Mobilitet. - Forsøg, så godt du kan, at få den dybe dejlige Vejrtrækning så langt ned du kan, gerne helt ned i mave/talje/lænd som jeg her viser.
Adding diversity to your core workouts build a strong functional core. Think outside of the box and look for different ways to challenge your core and it will transfer to my unusual positions we can sometimes find ourselves in. A core that is strong is a core that is adaptive to any position and supports you in all you attempt to do. Your core is the centre of your universe so keep it challenged and stay strong.
4 5418 minutes ago
Here’s a condensed 10 minute yoga flow to get you moving and s-t-r-e-t-c-h-ing
Whether you’re like me and wake up super tight or stiff-this only takes 10 minutes and feels super good! Remember our bodies were intended to move!
Our players are busy with hectic schedules and endless physical chores like yard work.
Yard work conditions your mind and body and for a stronger, disciplined and healthier lifestyle. Hard yard work makes us tough in ways the gym cannot.
We practice the strength skills and drills that carry over to your daily life.
If my last 10+ years of training has taught me anything, it’s that patience, consistency, discipline,
and simple grit are the life skills that are trained one rake, one chore, one practice, one day at a time.
Repetition produces adaptation.
People always focus on lengthening (stretching) tissues as a way to increase range of motion or improve mobility but forget or neglect the antagonist (opposite) tissues which have to be shortened (contract) 😒
If you don't train your tissues in both Lengthened and Shortened position then making long lasting changes will be hard 🙄
Here Dan is working super hard to recruit, condition and strengthen hamstring in its shortened state.
Using a ball to get feedback and hold him accountable to make sure the contraction doesn't drop off! Aim will be to move ball slightly higher as his active range increases.
Disclaimer - you will experience mouth watering CRAMPS but this will subside over time and more practice 😅
Il est essentiel d'allier les massages aux étirements.
Dans le cas des étirements vous allez principalement resserer les noeuds des adhérentes. Tandis qu' avec les massages vous allez restaurer l'état des tissus.
La mobilité est essentielle pour un mouvement efficient et sécurisant. Trop souvent, celle permet d'effectuer un mouvement dans son amplitude complète et donc ne pas forcer et donc compenser par d'autres muscles le mouvement exécuté.
About last night....still a little ways to go but a huge S/O to @tactivision for patiently helping my body morph into some kind of graceful beast and flowing with me 🐾 #animalflow #eternalstudent
4 42129 minutes ago
Petit Flow improvisé pour s’échauffer avant des pratiques au sol comme le MMA, Jiu Jitsu, Breakdance...
La meilleure manière de s’échauffer est de faire des mouvements que vous allez reproduire dans votre sport. Il s’agit ici, de rouler sur sa colonne, mobiliser les épaules et les hanches et de bien respirer.
Je pense qu’il est toujours bien d’avoir une préparation avant l’activité physique qui mimique au mieux celle-ci tout en étant douce et légère pour permettre le réveil du corps, une meilleure connection du SNC et surtout de rassembler ses pensées et se préparer mentalement.
Pas fan de courir en rond autour des tatamis ou bien de faire des burpees et autres movements du genre. En terme de qualité de préparation, concentration, mobilité des articulations, il y a peu de bienfaits...
Comme à chaque fois, essaye et dis moi ce que tu en penses ✌🏾😇
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In my gym there is an older man, most likely a former gymnast or dancer. He practices his split stretch routine every day. I rarely see him doing anything else. He stretches 1+ hour every day in order to maintain his middle split. - not gonna lie it looks damn impressive👌🏽🔥 The best middle split I’ve seen in my life in person so far.
♦️BUT the thing is he needs to stretch for an hour or longer every damn day in order to maintain his level of flexibility. 👉🏽And I ask myself: is it necessary to stretch every day for this amount of time in order to get that level? I hope not - cause I’m not spending this amount of time on one specific position or stretch.
👉🏽 True I don’t own a full middle split (yet), but also I’m probably not going into this position more then once a week.
👉🏽 Instead I focus a lot on Internal and External Rotation (for the hip) and it’s granting me access to ranges that I didn’t even know I could get into a year ago.
👉🏽 This little exploration is done completely raw and cold - NO WARM UP PRIOR TO IT AND NO PAIN WHILE OR AFTER DOING IT!
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19 81917 May, 2019
140kg Snatch 'Panda' Pulls.
I did a set for the lolz.
This MIGHT be useful if you already have good technique and power. It might help reinforce some things but if you have poor technical ability it might have no benefits or most likely some negatives.