Earlier this week I told you about how to know exactly when NOT to stretch or mobilize yourself.
You just look feel for a closing angle pinch.
if you feel a pinch then you know shit isn't working nice and you probably need to seek some professional help.
However what about if there isn't a pinch?
Is it cool to start stretching and mobilizing yourself to better performance and function?
The only problem being that most strategies for improving mobility and range of motion aren't all that effective.
In fact some just don't work and worse some can actually make shit that works nice not work nice.
I'd like to help you cut through that stuff that doesn't work, save you time, and actually get you the results you are after by teaching you a technique that will actually improve your mobility and is predicated not on anecdotal, but on science, peer-reviewed literature, and an understanding of histological processes on a cellular level.
Remember that degree in biochemistry I have?
Yeah it comes in handy every so often.
But you don't need to understand the science to put the technique into practice.
Let's start making true changes in your mobility.
Happy moving and heavy lifting!
Practical, Purposeful, Effective Training