Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Thoughts on Mobility

In training, it's about what you do and what you don't do.

Poor movement begets negative tissue/training adaptations. Some movements & motor patterns are specifically counterproductive to achieving certain postures and positions.

All the stretching--cussing, pushing, prodding--in the world cannot undo these adaptations if you continue to train the movements that promote them.

Training & programming must promote positive tissue and nervous system adaptations if you want optimal health and performance.

1 comment:

Leah Roza said...

Could you provide some examples of positive movements to try?I am very interested, especially since I am, as lots of people are, at a desk most of the day.

Thanks!
Techie Girl