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Lower Body Flexibility Phase 1

CT Fitness Lab

Mobility
Coach
Paul Landi

Aches, pains and poor performance can all be caused by a lack of mobility.

We spend a tremendous amount of time either sedentary or overusing our bodies. Every act we perform on a daily basis i.e.(sitting, standing, walking, exercise, working) are all withdrawals from our bank of abilities. Pretty soon the bank runs low on funds. We need to make deposits regularly of stretching, mobilizing, foam rolling, etc.. in order to keep the homeostasis consistent.

Here is a 30 minute routine to get you started.
The concepts are basic. The positions are easy to perform.

There's no "Good" reason to avoid putting in the time to stay mobile!!

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Hamstring Length
Your hamstrings originate in your pelvic area. As they get progressively tighter they can contribute to low back pain, hip discomfort, I.T. Band tightness and knee pain. Taking the time to lengthen them appropriately can help relieve all these symptoms and allow for more efficient movement during activity.
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Gluteal Mobility
Similar to your hamstrings, your glutes play a major role in the functionality of your pelvis and lower extremity. Keeping optimal mobility helps to reduce the risk of S.I. discomfort, numbness, and low back pain. Appropriate mobilization requires isometric rotation, static, and active assisted lengthening.
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Lumbar Spine Mobility
Being the thickest and most load bearing portion of your spine, the lumbar (Low back) section is regularly asked to carry out tremendous tasks. This constant work either while standing or sitting requires you to spend just as much time to maintain optimal range of motion around those vertebrae so they can continue to perform their tasks with minimal risk of disc or bone injury.
Features
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Programming 2 days per week
Mobility program that’s accessible and challenging for athletes of any level or background
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Exercise Video Guidance
Instructional videos to guide your practice and make execution easy
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Delivered through TrainHeroic
Sweating over a lifeless PDF is over. Your coaches and team will push you harder, know you better, and keep you going longer, all through an app.
Equipment
Required
Floor Mat
Recommended
Foam Roller
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Sample Week
Week 1 of 4-week program
Sunday
Week 1 Day 1

A

Lower Body Mobility 1 (30 Min)

1 x 1

Monday
Week 1 Day 2

A

Foam Roll Sequence

Wednesday
Week 1 Day 4

A

Lower Body Mobility 1 (30 Min)

1 x 1

Thursday
Week 1 Day 5

A

Foam Roll Sequence

Coach
coach-avatar Paul Landi

ACSM EP-C / USAW ASPC / USAW LWC Referee For 20 years Paul has been involved with providing the best and most versatile strength care in Fairfield county. After 2 decades of training , certifications and experience later, Paul continues to offer diverse strength programs for athletes of all ages. Maintaining focus on improvement while minimizing injury potential is always a staple of design.

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Make deposits not just withdrawals

Take the time to invest in your mobility so that when you draw on your energy and ability you have the means to support your request,

Get Lower Body Flexibility Phase 1
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FAQs
How long does it take?
30 minutes each session
Who is this for?
Anyone looking to start a flexibility routine. The set up is simple. The positions are basic. The time to start is now.
Lower Body Flexibility Phase 1