Ankle Self-Mobilization To Improve Deep Squats

Ankle Self-Mobilization To Improve Deep Squats

Do you experience hip or back pain when doing deep squats? Join Jarod Carter and Max Bookman in clarifying how to do a quick self-mobilization to improve your deep squat performance. Watch the video and leave any questions you may have in the comments section below.

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Part 2 – Why Do I Keep Getting the Same Injuries When I Run?

Part 2 – Why Do I Keep Getting the Same Injuries When I Run?

why you get the same running injuries 2In the last blog post we discussed how your knee is usually not to blame when it hurts during runs. And we specifically addressed how often overpronation issues can really impact the knee.

There is an old saying that is ‘as the foot goes so does the knee.’ This is very true. 

Pronation is not inherently a bad thing. In fact we need to pronate through our feet. It is how we properly transfer forces through our body.

Pronation is the foot movement in which  your foot rolls in causing your arch is getting to get lower. But when we overpronate we put our other joints as risk for injury … including our feet.

[RELATED REPORT] The Top 10 Causes of Running Injuries and How You Can Recover Faster if You’re Injured

But how do you know if you pronate too much? Do you know if your shoes are enough to provide the support you need? 

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Part 1- Why do I keep getting the same injuries when I run?

Part 1- Why do I keep getting the same injuries when I run?

why you get the same running injuriesAre you frustrated with constantly dealing with same running injuries over and over again? Are you tired of thinking you have recovered only to have the same injury come back several months later? Read on to find out why you are dealing with repetitive injuries.

A wise man once said “running reveals weakness and if you run enough, injury is not too far away.” When you run, you experience 2-3 times the force of your own body-weight! .. with every step! Over the course of a run you experience an extreme amount of force through your joints which can lead to injury.

What if you could get to the underlying cause of your injuries that keep plaguing you and keep you from doing what you love? What if you knew exactly what to do to prepare for your upcoming 5K,10K, or even half marathon?

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