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Mobility Myths with Dr. Quinn


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Over the last several years, Mobility has become THE buzz word of the fitness industry, with countless gurus, gadgets and tools being developed to help athletes become more mobile. Unfortunately though, many of the devices and techniques being popularized by people, aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. Juggernaut’s resident movement expert, Doctor of Physical Therapy and founder of ClinicalAthlete, Quinn Henoch is here to help cut through the confusion with his Mobility Myths series.

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