Movement

Mobility and Stability for Weightlifting


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The pursuit of great movement should be the goal of athletes in their pre-training routines. So often though, people become solely focused on mobility, while mobility is important, it is only half of the equation for great movement. A strategic balance between mobility and stability must be struck for lifters to move well, perform optimally and stay healthy.

Here is Dr. Quinn Henoch taking a group of Juggernaut Weightlifting athletes through a series of movement drills for their ankles, hips and shoulders:

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