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Avoid These Common Mobility Mistakes

By Sean | In Mobility, Recovery | on March 17, 2014

The team from Juggernaut Strength Training puts out tons of helpful information on everything from powerlifting and olympic weightlifting to CrossFit and mobility. Recently Dr. Quinn Henoch the head of rehabilitation for Darkside Strength and Core Sports Performance in Louisville, KY posted a useful article entitled “Mobility Gone Wrong” highlighting five common mistakes and how to correct them. Here are two that I think will help most of us, so be sure to visit Dr. Henoch’s original post on JTSstrong.com to see the rest.

#2: The Banded Shoulder Distraction

#5: Hamstring Stretching

See what Dr. Henoch’s article says about the effectiveness of foam rolling, why the way you’re stretching your pecs may be harming your shoulders, and how to stretch your hip flexors without compromising your low back and hip joint. Remember at least 15 minutes (or more) a day working your most limiting mobility issues, and you’ll see improvement.

WOD 3.17.14

Ground to Shoulder 2-2-2

Partner 3 Rounds for Time:
500m Row
AMRAP: 5 Hang Power Cleans (135/95)
8 Bar Facing Burpees

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