FlowFit helps you move better
Do you have some problem areas of flexibility/mobility you know you should work on?
Are you someone who would like to do yoga – minus the “OMM”?!
Strength and speed diminish with age. Flexibility doesn’t have to – it just requires the right training.
You have heard “Move it or lose it”, right? Train now to move better later!
Critically examine this sequence in the video.
Identify each joint at work. Observe the range of motion. Imagine yourself doing this. (Or try it as you watch!)
If you can do this sequence without trouble (correct position, balance and coordination) and flow easily between sections – good for you! If you had certain ‘sticky’ sections (lack of flow, lack of strength, lack of coordination) then you may need to do some more work! Can you see your self being able to do this sequence in 10 years? 20? I’m sure you’d agree that if you ‘got’ the flow and practised regularly you’d move better and – never ‘lose it’.
Flexibility training is something most of us know we need to do. The trick is making time to do it and being consistent in it’s maintenance. Unfortunately there aren’t any magic bullets, but there are great tools available to you.
Coach Nav is running a ‘FlowFit’ course. Specifically designed to unlock tight joints. Work through dynamic mobilization drills for shoulders, hips, knees, ankles, elbows and wrists. These are simple drills made into sequences. (For examples of static mobilization drills see here and here.)
Get flowing movement and witness the change it enables. This is FlowFit sequence number one. As proficiency improves, the drills progress.
If you know your flexibility or movement needs some attention – give a term of FlowFit a try. After all, if it improves your lifts, performance and life generally through better movement – what do you have to lose? 🙂
If you can’t make it to the studio then keep up with our mobilization videos on FunFit’s YouTube channel.
Super keen? Then have a look at Kelly Starrett’s book, Becoming a Supple Leopard, for more great mobilization tips.