Free Mobility 2.0 Ebook and Video

Check out this intro video – Complete Mobility Bonus
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Its Time To Call Some People Out…

The warm up below has helped my guys increase their dead lift PRs (only exercise I tested with the new warm up, although we use it every lower day), as well as generally feeling better in preparation to exercise.

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More Hip Mobility? Yes Please!

I put this video up 10 months ago, but there is no need to try something crazy if the classic stuff works!  Simplicity is king when it comes to proper warmups.  I’ve seen some really crazy things during dynamic warmups, most of which are not necassary.  These hip mobility drills are so simple and quick…

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Hows Your Mobility?

Two New Videos at my StrengthVIP YouTube – check it out and subscribe! _______________________________________________________ Mobility is extremely important for athletes.  Many athletes, including myself, get tight hips, low backs, and hamstrings.  If you do not include mobility drills into your program, then the issues won’t go away.  As shown in the hip picture above, connection…

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Great Debates Part VI- Sumo vs Conventional DL

The two popular setups for the deadlift are sumo stance (wide) and conventional (narrow). Both have their advantages and certain body types (long legs vs short, torso size, etc) can favor one style over the other. Sumo style dead lifts allow the body to be more upright, reduces the distance the bar will travel, and…

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Hip Flexor Stretches

The hip flexor is one of the only muscle groups that can be staticly stretched with positive results BEFORE a workout. Often times, the hip flexor group is overlooked! Here are a couple of our favorite static stretches for the hip flexor: -J. HASHEY, CSCS-

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Hip Mobility and Flexibility Issues FIXED

Have you ever heard that “power comes from the hips?” I find that to be exceptionally true for both lifters and athletes. But the bigger question is, are you driving your hips with the breaks on? Hip extension (what you do when you jump among other things) is initiated by your glutes on the back…

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