HIP MOBILITY PROGRAM
A 6-week program designed to increase hip range of motion.
You’re going to build functional joints that’ll help relieve current aches and pains and reduce the risk of injury, in and around the hip. You’ll also boost performance by improving strength and neurological control.
SPINE & SHOULDER MOBILITY PROGRAM
A 6-week program designed to increase spine and shoulder range of motion.
You’re going to build functional joints that’ll help relieve current aches and pains associated with poor thoracic mobility. You’ll also boost performance by improving strength and neurological control.
Why is mobility important?
By definition, mobility is the combination of flexibility plus control. The better your joints are able to move in a full range of motion, the better chance you have of getting into the positions needed to play sports. A lack of mobility can lead to every day pain and discomfort and increase your risk of injury on the playing field.
Each joint within the body requires a certain level of mobility and stability. Though not in the title of either program, stability training is also included within each.
Most lower back injuries in golf are due to poor function of the hips and spine while most injuries in the elbow are influenced by the spine and scapula and shoulder. Having good hip and spine mobility greatly reduces the risk of injury.
Joint mobility and stability are the foundation of every quality training program. Whether you’re a professional athlete or an everyday Joe, mobility and stability are the necessary prerequisites to strength, power and speed.
Who are these programs for?
These programs are for anyone looking to increase the health and control of their joints.
If you’re currently dealing with an injury, such as a torn muscle or ligament, these programs are NOT for you. These programs are a form of strength training and NOT a substitution for physical therapy.
Equipment needed for these programs:
- Two yoga blocks
- Two tennis balls
- Yoga matt, or comfortable surface
- Golf club, or dowel
- Yoga strap, or old hand towel
- Chair, or bench
Compliments any strength training program.
These mobility programs can be performed on their own as well as incorporated into any strength training program you may already be following.
True mobility training includes an element of strength training but it’s not meant to replace a quality strength training program.
If you’re not sure if these mobility programs are for you, please reach out to me HERE.