Do you own your positions?

Do you own your movement? Are you comfortable in your end ranges of motion?

If you do not own your end ranges of motion in a static position, you certainly will not own them when trying to perform dynamic movements. Trying to passively increase your end range (i.e. “stretching”) will not give you control over those positions. You must get comfortable actively working at the end range of your movement if you ever want to be able to control the position.

If you’d like more info about how to gain functional ranges of motion, please contact me today!

Also, the cool device that JMac is wearing is by the company Athos. It is compression clothing with multiple sensors that can measure muscle activity in real time. Check it out here.

UncategorizedSarah Corbett