@julesyoga @naablevy @somapilatesredmond and I discuss some salient points in the world of rehab and training. Let’s continue elevating the conversation on ways to communicate and work better with neighboring disciplines (PTs, Chiros, Trainers, Yoga, Pilates, Etc) so we can help those recovering from an injury to stay fit and progress safely and efficiently. https://movingwellpodcast.com/s2-4/
One of the things I love about kettlebells is that Mobility is folded into the movement repertoire (more so than in barbell training, for example). Here is me “stretching” into a movement called the Sotts Press. If you keep getting stronger in extreme positions you will likely need to do less “mobilizing”, “stretching”, and “rolling”.
I'm really excited to announce that Jules Mitchell and i have FINALLY finished our Mobility-Based Conditioning Course: Bodyweight Drills for Stronger Yoga Asana. One of the things that gives me great joy in life is discovering the (seemingly) disparate connections between things. In this case, seeing how elements of strength and conditioning can help yoga, and vice-versa. Please check out our course and spread the word if you find it useful in your practice! http://www.charliereidfitness.com/online-education.html