ANKLE MOBILITY QUICK FIX – THREE STEP PROCESS

Range of Motion Quick FixesWhen I’m working with my face-to-face clients, many of them have had injuries or moved poorly because limitations in range of motion.

Left unaddressed, poor movement leads to a cascade of injuries further “along the chain” in the body. One of the main culprits for many, is bad or asymmetrical ankle mobility, which causes problems in the knees and lower back.

Fix your problems at the source – treat the cause, not the symptom.

So I thought I’d show you a really effective 3-part Release-Open-Anchor sequence I use with my clients, both face-to-face and online, to claim back some useable ankle mobility.

STEP 1. RELEASE

Mobility Quick Fix Release

STEP 2. OPEN

Mobility Quick Fix Open

STEP 3. ANCHOR

Mobility Quick Fix Anchor

And ankle mobility is just one area I address in my series of mobility Quick-Fixes. You can use the same principles for all the joints in your body.

I learned this 3-part process from UK S&C coaches Danny Hague and Darren Stratton, and it very quickly improves mobility, both in the short-term and the long-term.

The reason it works so well, is it addresses three elements of mobility;

  1. Muscle length due to trigger points – those knots in your muscles
  2. Range of motion due to the joint capsule itself – where the bones are positioned relative to each other
  3. Neuromuscular control – what your brain tells your body is usable range of motion

These Quick-Fixes can be used before a training session as part of your warm up, helping you to move correctly and anchor great movement habits in the rest of your session.

This anchoring of neuromuscular control is a big player in giving you mobility that your body can really use. And creating the best movement possible is fundamental to both injury reduction and performance enhancement. It’s well worth your time and effort.

Over the next two-weeks I’ll release a video demonstrating each of the steps in turn, along with some extra supporting info on how and where to use it in your in your training program. Everyone on our email list get all this straight in their inbox! ;)

ANKLE MOBILITY QUICK FIX STEP 1:
RELEASE – CALF / SHIN TACK AND STRETCH

ANKLE MOBILITY QUICK FIX STEP 1: RELEASE – CALF / SHIN TACK AND STRETCH

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ANKLE MOBILITY QUICK FIX STEP 2:
OPEN – ANKLE BAND DISTRACTION

Ankle Band Distraction

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ANKLE MOBILITY QUICK FIX STEP 3:
ANCHOR – FLAG SQUAT & PRY

Flag Squat and Pry

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