A 3-module online mobility course that emphasizes exercises that EVERYONE can do.
Have you been looking for a plan to help you improve your mobility, but you are not sure where to start?
Are you interested in trying something, but every course you see looks like you ALREADY NEED TO BE MOBILE in order to even start it?
Do you feel a little discouraged that the instructors in most mobility videos look like a professional contortionist, and you don’t think you’ll ever even be close to moving like them?
Do you wish that there was a course out there that wasn’t overly complicated, was simple to understand and follow, and was stuff you could ACTUALLY DO right from day one? Our Mobility Made Simple course is your answer!
- Simple, no-nonsense mobility drills to help even the stiffest person start to move better and feel better
- Drills to loosen your joints, relax your tissues, and lengthen your muscles
- Specifically designed to be accessible to even the most tight / locked up people
- No crazy equipment needed – you can do just about everything from the convenience of your home with stuff from around your house and $25 worth of equipment
- Learn some of the favorite stretches and mobility drills that we use in-person at Industrial Strength!
One-time purchase with lifetime access to content.
What will you learn?
In the Mobility Made Simple course you will learn three of the most effective and accessible methods of improving your mobility. For each method you will learn techniques for nearly every joint from head to toe. You will be able to watch Tony demonstrate each drill, and listen to him explain what you should be thinking about as you do it, and if there are common technique errors that you should be trying to avoid when you do it. He’ll explain how many repetitions to do and/or how long to hold each stretch, and what you should be feeling as you do it.
The first module covers Joint Rotations. This mobility technique gives you immense bang for your buck, because you get to work on the joint directly, along with all the surrounding muscles and tissues in a 360° fashion. It will help target the very deepest aspect of each joint, which is often the most important area to work on and is an area that many traditional stretches do not affect. Additionally, it will help you gain better control over every angle of movement within the joint, which is crucial for carry over to your other workouts. In spite of how simple and effective this method is, it is usually the most overlooked – these techniques are one of the absolute fastest ways to start improving your mobility and feeling better!
The second module covers Soft Tissue Work. This technique is in the same family as getting a massage, and involves you applying direct pressure to your muscles and other soft tissues to help them relax and loosen up. You will learn the best exercises using the most common tool for this – the foam roller – as well as what other pieces of equipment are recommended, as well as how to use them. One of the best parts about doing soft tissue work is the ability to pin-point tight spots within a muscle. Most traditional stretches try to stretch the entire muscle all at once, and while that can be good sometimes, it can be difficult when certain portions of the muscle are extra tight / knotted up. The techniques in this module will show you how to find those tight spots and get them to loosen up, which will make the muscles even more receptive to stretching.
The third module covers Static Stretching. This is the type of stretching most people are familiar with, and maybe even had some exposure to in PE class growing up. One of the challenges many people face is that they are not even flexible enough to get into the stretch to begin with! Understanding this, Tony makes sure to include stretches that even the tightest / least flexible people will be able to get into safely and effectively. Additionally, one key to success with this type of stretching is ensuring you are breathing correctly. Before showing any stretches, this module kicks things off with coaching you how to breath well in order to help your body relax and be receptive to the drills – because if you are not breathing well, then you will just be fighting your own tension during the stretches.
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Course Content Overview
- Neck: Yes, No, Tilts, Glides, and Circles
- Shoulder Rolls
- Arm Circles
- Elbow Circles
- Wrist Circles
- Thoracic Spine Circles
- Hip Circles
- Knee Circles
- Single Leg Circles
- Thoracic Spine Openers
- Foot & Ankle Circles
- Foam Roller: Thoracic Spine
- Foam Roller: Lats
- Foam Roller: Gluts
- Foam Roller: Quads
- Foam Roller: Adductors
- Foam Roller: Calves
- Lacrosse Ball: Shoulder
- Lacrosse Ball: Foot
- Medicine Ball: Gluts
- Medicine Ball: Adductors
- Diaphragmatic Breathing
- Child’s Pose / Lat Stretch
- Sleeper Stretch / Shoulder Capsule
- Lower Back Stretch
- Hamstring Stretch
- Hip Flexor Stretch
- Adductor (Groin) Stretch
- Glut Stretch