Rangefinder is the complete programme for assessing and progressing your own levels of joint mobility. Throughout this 28 day programme you will gain insight into the importance of flexibility, the best methods of maximising your flexibility potential and joint specific sessions to target the areas that need it the most. Life becomes a lot easier when your flexible…
In the first week we will explore the why’s and how’s to gaining flexibility. You will start to understand the breaths role in release of muscular tension and we will ease into the programme with some short 20-30 minute classes.
DAY 1 – WHY WE NEED JOINT MOBILITY?
Have you thought about why we need to have good joint mobility and more importantly it’s role in keeping us functioning efficiently?
DAY 1 – TESTING MOBILITY
Testing is a great way to highlight areas that you lack range of movement. It also gives you a starting point, so you can track progression throughout the programme. Before you start any testing or class for that matter it’s important to warm-up, as you will be moving into your full range of movement. Perform 5 full rounds of the sun salutation prior to starting any of the classes.
DAY 2 – WHY DO I LACK MOBILITY?
There are a number of reasons that we lack mobility, from overloading a muscle to emotional tension. We also know if you don’t use it, you lose it…
DAY 2 – GENTLE DYNAMIC MOBILISATION
I’m going to take you on a full body gentle dynamic mobilisation journey. This is to give you an insight into the breathing technique that I want you to incorporate throughout the whole of the programme and to also understand what dynamic mobilisation is…
DAY 3 – ALL IN THE HIPS
The hips don’t lie! If your hips are telling you they are feeling tight then it’s time to dive into this class. There will be more hip classes than any other throughout the programme, as the hips are centre point of our body. For today’s class we will be heating up musculature within the lower body, then mixing between dynamic and static stretches.
DAY 4 – SHOULDER & ANKLE EXPLORER
Shoulder positioning is a result of a few different things. Poor posture is of an epidemic proportion throughout the world due to sedentary lifestyles and smartphones. It is also really common for people that have tight pecs/lats etc to encounter lack of shoulder mobility. Have you also ever tried to squat down flat footed and your heels just want to pop up? It’s probably tight ankle musculature…?
DAY 5 – SPINE TIME
Mechanical lower back pain is the most common muscular pain in the UK and probably the world. That’s because people tend to live very one dimensional lives in sport, work and life. Our spine is designed to move in all planes of motion, so move it…
RECOVERY DAYS – 6-7
Having the right amount of recovery is as important as doing the sessions! If you don’t rest, then the body won’t adapt, so try not to rush ahead!
This week we will be exploring different variations of static isolated stretching with 5 targeted classes, as well as learning a little about what inhibits our body from moving deeper into a stretch…
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