This simple move will tell you everything about your mobility
The program in our book—and our life’s work—is about a whole network of motor components. Harnessing its power will help you achieve agility, lightness, and quickness of step while overcoming limitations, stiffness, and pain. And, contrary to what you might expect, achieving good mobility does not require exercise. No cardio. No strength training. Instead, it’s a series of simple actions that increase your ability to move freely and easily, thereby improving all of your body’s systems (digestive, circulatory, immune, lymphatic) that are affected by your movement. You use the infrastructure of your body so that you don’t lose the infrastructure of your body.
The premise of our book, Built for movement, simple: 10 tests + 10 exercises = 10 ways to make your body work better. He introduces elements of well-being that most people have never heard of before, weaving them into a plan that everyone can follow in one form or another.
A 23-year-old Olympic-level mountain biker with a first-time injury and a 68-year-old Boomer grandma whose joints are creaking may seem like they have a lot in common, but they both need the same basic mobility support. — ways of solving, preserving and improving the natural physical condition of a person. Maybe your goal is to swim a stormy ocean channel like a seal or run the New York City Marathon. Maybe you just want to be able to get up from your desk after a marathon of Internet surfing without back pain, or to go for a ride on the grass with your kids or grandkids. Either way, this book will help you. And trust us, it will be good.