Joint Mobility

Lessons

Role of Stretching

The video in the section will provide a context for role of stretching in mobility training.   The Role of stretching Stretching is one form of mobility training which will…

Joint Centration

Joint centration   Joint concentration is an aspect of mobility training which is often overlooked. A definition of centration, is the position of greatest interosseous contact between the bones, to…

Equipment for Joint Mobility

Equipment required for joint mobility training   In the following video we’ll look at some equipment that one can use for mobility training. This is by no means an exhaustive…

Foam Rolling 1

Foam rolling   Foam rolling has become very popular in recent times, and is often used for three primary reasons: Increasing mobility/flexibility. Reducing the delayed onset of muscle soreness and improving…

Foam Rolling 2

In the section we look at the joint mobility techniques using both a cricket ball and a peanut. Although a cricket ball is used in the first video, of one…

The Joint-by-Joint Approach

The joint by joint approach to mobility training   This approach was first popularized by Gray Cook. Where in the past bodybuilders for example focused on training muscle groups, modern…

Shoulder Mobility Techniques 1

Shoulder mobility techniques   Shoulder function is a compromise between mobility and stability. The shoulder joint is classified as a ball-and-socket joint and therefore by nature of the biomechanics of…

Shoulder Mobility Techniques 2

In order to achieve improve mobility, one more often than not need to use a combination of techniques. in this video we look at how one can improve shoulder external…