ankle mobility

Don’t let your ankles hold you back: Get them mobile and bulletproof!
Here's where you start to focus on the feeling of a good squat because it's a great feeling.
Most athletes focus too much on the primary muscles, meaning legs, quads, hamstrings, the big muscle groups.
Watch your weak points like you stock portfolio or risk zero return on your investment for joint health through exercise.
This squat practice develops stabilization, strength, mobility, and coordination and it is one of the most useful exercises to learn.
If your goal is to move well, improve your core and posture, and get strong, this may be the best exercise you are not doing at the moment.
Like all aspects of fitness, there aren’t any magic bullets, but a little bit of work and a lot of patience can go a long way.
Careful dosages of “improper” alignment can help prevent injury when doing athletic movement.
The ability to get up and down from the floor without looking like you're 85 involves a certain amount of hip mobility.
You can train your body to bend the same way you train it to be strong: systematically and progressively.
These exercises provide a potent way to promote balance and muscle function in the feet and lower legs.
You can't get the most out of your legs if your movement patterns are wrong.
Lack of mobility can spell the difference between a miss and a big new PR.
But if the majority of your training is done on roads and clear paths, you have little opportunity to strengthen and stabilize the hips and ankles.
Here are some pistol squat tips and regressions to overcome mobility restrictions and gain confidence.
Ankle sprains are common and annoying but there are things you can do to rehabilitate yours.
Proper ankle mobility and stability will decrease your risk of injury and dictate, if you do fall, whether you get back up hobbling or not.