Front Rack

Fully Move Every Joint Every Day

Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix  Get the free reference guide for this routine by filling out the form below Fully Move Every Joint Every Day | Ep. 105 | Movement Fix Monday This week I want to share with you a routine I use to fully move every...

Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Calves

Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix Basic Anatomy of Stretching the Calves | Ep. 100 | Movement Fix Monday It's important to know the basic anatomy around joints you are trying to mobilize because it may make you set up a stretch a certain way...

Back Squat Warm Up

Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix Back Squat Warm Up | Ep. 98 | Movement Fix Monday This past weekend I was in Chicago at O'Hare CrossFit at their annual coaches summit. Angelo, the owner, has a 3-day summit each year for his coaches for continuing...

How to Prep Your Wrists for a Front Rack

Follow me on instagram @themovementfix How to Prep Your Wrists for a Front Rack | Ep. 89 | Movement Fix Monday This week I want to show you a way you can prep your wrists for a front rack or for something like a push up or handstand push up. This will being a new mini...

A Better Way to ‘Stretch’ Your Calves

[x_video_embed][/x_video_embed] Follow me on instagram @themovementfix A Better Way to 'Stretch' Your Calves | Ep. 85 | Movement Fix Monday This week on Movement Fix Monday I want to continue with the theme of 'what to do instead of static stretching'. First of all, I...

The Importance of Running Cadence

Check out The Movement Fix on Instagram @themovementfix The Importance of Running Cadence | Week 73 | Movement Fix Monday Did you know that increasing your running step rate by 5-10% will reduce the amount of energy absorbed at your knee by 20%? Chris Johnson calls...

How to Front Squat with an Injured Wrist

Just because you have an injury or something that hurts doesn’t mean you have to avoid doing a lifting or have to stop working out (there are always exceptions though). You should always try to find ways to modify a movement, choose different movements, or whatever you need to do to stay active.

Learn to Load your Ankle Dorsiflexion

The drill shown in that video is a good way to get a temporary increase in your ankle range. A temporary increase.

Most mobility drills give you a temporary increase and not a permanent increase.

That means that a piece of the puzzling is missing.

Self Ankle Joint Mobilization

The ankle joint for many people is pretty stiff and could use a bit more motion. I am not a huge proponent of banded joint mobilizations or self joint mobilizations with external loading, BUT the ankle is a joint where I think the benefits are large and the risks are very minimal (aggressive banded mobilizations of the shoulder may not be so good for everyone, for example).

Self Ankle Mobilization

Learn more about The Movement Fix Workshop here Self Ankle Mobilization | Week 35 | Movement Fix Monday The "What" Several weeks ago I was teaching a workshop outside of Toronto and an attendee, who happens to be finishing up osteopathic school, was discussing with me...

The 5 Minute Dynamic Warm Up for Running

Learn more about The Movement Fix Workshop here The 5 Minute Dynamic Warm Up for Running | Week 34 | Movement Fix Monday This week I want to show you a dynamic warm up for running that you can do in around 5 to 10 minutes. To me, running isn't a warm up. Running is...

Squat Warm Up with Ankle Mobility

[x_video_embed][/x_video_embed] Learn some cool stuff in this video? Check out our workshops here to learn even cooler stuff. Squat Warm Up with Ankle Mobility | Week 22 | Movement Fix Monday This week I want to show you guys a cool way to integrate ankle mobility...

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