Mobility recap 6/19

Due to the high volume of movements that involve the core muscles (abdominals, lower back, hip flexors and diaphragm) it is recommended to keep these muscles well maintained and "loose". Where as, they play a critical role in the stability of your posture, which carries over into your movement form and execution.

There is no set time to work on mobility. Whether it's before a workout, after, or in your living room in front of the television. Grab a roller or lacrosse ball and start mashing. 

On Saturday 6/22, Gene will be going over the muscles of the hips and legs. If you're looking to improve form and position within the back squat, front squat and overhead squat then I strongly recommend being present. Hope to see you all there! 

"All human beings should be able to perform basic maintenance on themselves"
-Kelly Starrett

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