Tired of suffering from bad posture and painful joints? Learn how to improve joint range of motion Activate muscles needed to move better Alleviate stress Enjoy low impact exercise Minimize pain in the joints Recover from strength training and HIIT style workouts
I've been doing continuing education studies and work this year with mobility and flexibility for my clients.
Research shows that some body parts naturally get less mobile (i.e., more locked-up) as we get older – starting as early as our 30s and 40s. That’s still young, if you ask me!
Two major areas that don’t move as easily as we get older are our trunk (aka upper back & core) and our shoulders. But (good news) just as you can continue to build and strengthen your muscles as you get older, practicing flexibility and mobility exercises can keep you feeling limber. And potentially help you avoid shoulder and back injuries.
I have exercises, techniques and stretches that are designed to help you rebuild and restore mobility through your shoulders and trunk, legs, back.
Once learned, they take just a few minutes, and if you make time for them 3-4 times a week you’ll notice results. For even more benefit, do them when your body is warm – after some light cardio or a brisk walk.
In the near future, these sessions will be offered as regular sessions via zoom and in-person Optional: add on a private mobility session to your personal training package.
Join the MOBILITY & FLEXIBILITY CHALLENGE An at-home challenge