Joint Mobility is one of the most important disciplines that we teach in our system of physical conditioning. A strong house is built on a solid foundation and your mobility along with proper breathing and the ability to relax will form a firm platform for your health and athletic progress for years to come.
There are multiple reasons for it:
- Mobility training lubricates the joints with synovial fluid, helps to remove toxins and prevents arthritic build up
- Mobility training enhances basic coordination and body awareness via progressively more challenging drills and exercises
- Mobility training doubles up as a useful warm up, that does not stop just at merely increasing your body temperature, but simultaneously improves your movement skills
- Entry level mobility training is very gentle on the body, yet enhances all bodily systems and creates a platform for more intense training methods down the road
- Advanced level mobility training incorporates coordination and movement skills, strength, flexibility and conditioning into one package
- Mobility training also serves as a great active recovery method, because speeding up your metabolism and increasing the blood flow in the tissues through application of moderate exercise allows you to recover a lot faster and suffer much less from excessive soreness
Everybody should perform some sort of daily mobility training
One day it will be as commonplace and obvious as brushing your teeth is today.
As we grow older our joints accumulate calcium deposits, loose their youthful mobility and become a dump ground for various toxins and waste products. As opposed to the other tissues in the body, joint do not get any blood supply, but get lubricated and cleaned with sinovial fluid. The trigger to sinovial fluid secretion is, not surprisingly, movement.
Therefore, for complete joint health and mobility there is a need for a consistent program that moves all major joints through their full range of motion. Benefits will include increased sinovial fluid circulation (washing the toxins away).
- Elevated blood circulation to the nearby muscle tissues
- Increased dynamic range of motion
- Decreased calcium deposits
- Better overall health
Such a program could act as a warm-up routine, active recovery routine or as a morning light exercise complex (what we call in Russia “morning recharge”).
Providing Joint Mobility Training for these NJ towns residents:
Asbury Park, Atlantic Highlands, Colts Neck, Eatontown, Fair Heaven, Hazlet, Highlands, Holmdel, Lincroft, Long Branch, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Ocean, Oceanport, Red Bank, Rumson, See Bright, Shrewsbury, Tinton Falls, West Long Branch