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From a seated position, we begin the workout with a range of motion assessment in:
plantarflexion / dorsiflexion
eversion / inversion
abduction / adduction
With direction about where you feel limited, we will practice several ankle mobility exercises that are designed to improve muscular responsiveness, from standing, seated, and single leg balance exercises. As muscles become more activated, we will move to exercises with added load and quicker transitioning.
On Day 5 of the mobility series, we will look to strengthen the muscles involved in rotating through the trunk and spine. As we rotate through the spine, you will notice movement coming from the shoulders and hips to accommodate trunk rotation,
We begin by exploring our ability to reach across ...
On Day 4 of the mobility series, we will look to strengthen the muscles involved in pulling things towards our body. The motions include shoulder extension, shoulder abduction / retraction, and elbow flexion. Within this, we also look at the spine's involvement in the pull.
On Day 3 of the mobility series, we will look to strengthen the muscles involved in pushing things away from our body. The motions include shoulder flexion, shoulder adduction / protraction, and elbow extension.
Within this, we also look at the spine's involvement in the push.