7 minutes ago
i get asked all the time how i combine @functionalrangeconditioning
into my programming for clients. as with all answers fitness-related, it depends.
some things i ask myself when drawing up a program are:
1️⃣what are the movement needs of the individual?
2️⃣what are their goals?
3️⃣what is required of their body in order to accomplish these goals in a safe manner?
4️⃣what’s their current work capacity at and how can we improve on it?
most people i work with don’t received much more than cars and some end-range control drills from the frc realm. as much as i love pails/rails and firmly believe in their effectiveness, this is something i save for the individuals that partake in my @kinstretch
classes and those that have a lot of experience with frc-related work.
this video displays a common a1/a2 pairing i’ll prescribe on a lower body day to my strength campers as well as the general population clients i program for. i like to pair the primary lower body strength training movement of the session with an upper body cars variation. i love using cars here as a filler exercise because they’re great for active rest when done slowly. it also ensures me that my clients are getting their cars work in.
this is a pretty generic example, but i think it’s important to shed a light on how both strength training and mobility work can be blended together nicely to work on numerous qualities all within one training session. i’ll be posting more examples over the next few weeks to give you a better understand on how you can better understand mobility training within your own programs.
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