Our Movement and Mobility Program is focused on the continuous development of sound movement positions and patterns to improve athlete performance and injury prevention. Almost all athletes – new and experienced, young or old – have some type of limitation in their movement. This could be due to previous injury, general lack of flexibility, or unawareness of how they “should” move. Our Movement and Mobility Program is led by Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS), Nick Sanders. During our Movement and Mobility classes, Nick focuses on identifying athletes’ mobility limitations and non-optimal movement/positions, providing recommendations for improvement, and teaching/re-enforcing proper positioning. Every Thursday, Nick holds a FREE mobility class at the gym from 6:30 pm-7:30 pm, hope to see you there!
Below are two routines that should be done twice a week each. The first is for hip mobility and 10 reps of each movement should be done per side. The second is to build shoulder stability, for this piece, you will need a mobility band approx. 41″ x .5″ x .18″ with a resistance of 30lbs. If shoulder mobility and stability is a weakness, I would recommend starting with 41″ x .25″ x .18″ Resistance: 15lbs.