Friday, March 6th, 2015

Looking to smash 15.2? Help yourself out by doing mobility work that is actually going to make a difference. The easier you’re able to enter the end ranges of a position, the less energy you’ll expend on performing the movement itself. Less work, more efficiency, better score. While full functional range at every joint should be the goal, here are some specific mobility drills that will give you the most bang for your buck when performing the OHS and pull-up. Overhead squatting requires full ankle, hip, thoracic spine, and shoulder range of motion. Pull-ups need full thoracic spine mobility and shoulder mobility. Note the overlap. Coincidence? Absolutely not. As always, 2-3 minutes of work per area immediately followed by some active motion through the new range to grease that groove and help make that new range stick. #maestrofied #ilovethatsong —————————————
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