When it comes to range of motion, most people are still resorting to outdated methods like traditional static stretching. As much as addressing individual muscles and muscle groups can be important, your range of motion training must also take into consideration the joint, brain & nervous system, and various other areas. This means a more well-rounded and detailed approach to see lasting results.
Recently, I held a FREE 60-minute webinar on the topic of ‘Movement Strategies to Improve Range of Motion & Joint Health.’ Please watch this webinar replay and understand how you can improve your range of motion in a more sustainable way once and for all. I’m confident this will shed some light on a different way to go about “stretching” to not only reduce tightness and increase range of motion, but positively impact how well your body moves and functions on a daily basis.
In this FREE webinar replay, what you’ll learn is…
- The science behind range of motion
- Will static stretching reduce your risk of injury?
- How to preserve range of motion with Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs)
- Effective drills to expand your range of motion and movement capacity
I hope you enjoy this webinar! Comment below or contact me directly if you have any questions or comments regarding this content. And, if you want to implement the best strategies possible while getting stronger, running faster, and become a more healthy version of yourself, click here to learn more about the Healthy Running and Functionally F.I.T. Programs.
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