Mobility or “a joints ability to function free of restrictions” is important which is why I included into the AMD system. In fact it is essential for longevity, fluidity of movements and appropriate and maximal muscle recruitment.
Here is a question for me on Elite:
I saw you mention Sonnon’s Intuflow DVD the other day. I wondered if you have any experience with the other mobility programs, such as Pavel’s or Z-health or anything else. My question is, I am looking for an easy to follow DVD that I can pop in and work on some mobility in the morning prior to work. Maybe 15 to 30 minutes. I am sort of a mess right now so I would need something that progresses from simple and gets more complex as I loosen up. What would your recommendation be? I have looked into Sonnon, came across Z-health, saw some stuff by Pavel and Steve Maxwell and am not sure which would be best. Thanks for any help!
I have the following:
Magnificent Mobility – Robertson / Cressey
Intuflow – Sonnon
Maxwell – Encyclopedia Of Joint Mobility DVD Series
And some z-health manuals (haven’t gone through them yet)
It really is an individual thing. I pick and chose from each one and create my own routines. If you want a recommendation it is kind of hard, because all of them are good.
Here is the protocol I recommend in my AMD program:
Step 1: Soft-tissue
Step 2: Mobilize
Step 3: Activate
The mobilize section would be wear you could fit any of the exercises in the DVD’s listed above.
You can start the mobility segmentally from the top down and them full body integrated movements.
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