“I’m Too Inflexible… I Just Keep Getting Injured!”
If that’s you, you know how frustrating it is.
You keep training because you don’t want to stop, but you keep feeling tight, sore and achy…
You may or may not have been injured before, but you know that at some point, it’s going to happen.
You’ve tried stretching.
You’ve tried foam rolling.
And still that pain keeps coming back.
Whether it’s cross-fit, triathlon, jiu jitsu, yoga, name your hobby… it’s frustrating that it’s so uncomfortable for you to get into those positions “your hobbies demand” and you don’t know why…
Or perhaps you do know why, but you just don’t know how to improve it?
You know what it should look like. That swimmer that makes it look so effortless, that yogi that makes those impossible transitions to pigeon pose look so easy.
Why not you?
There must be a better way…
And you’re 100% right. There is.
Joint mobility training teaches you how to work your body through its full range of motion and get an effective workout at the same time.
In the image below, Alex is using the 90/90 hip position to perform a passive range liftoff. The 90/90 is an effective position to train for hip internal and external rotation which are essential for healthy hip function.
All positions trained in our mobility class have regressions and progressions. No two hips are the same, so it is important to learn and use the position best suited to you!
Imagine being equipped with the skills to not only assess and scan your body for problematic areas, but also know how to work on them, improve them and become stronger in the process.
Using one of the fastest adopted training systems in the world for professional teams, Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), our classes do exactly the above.
The best part, it is all based on a scientific approach to training.
Our coach Alex McLaren is currently the only fitness professional in Edinburgh certified in Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) and has further qualifications to provide mobility assessments, having completed the associated Functional Range Assessment course adopted by a wide array of professional sports teams.
If the description above peaks your interest, or could possibly help someone you know, take a look at our Mobility Classes.
Currently, we are offering small-group introductory mobility classes on Thursdays @ 6:30pm.
Spaces are limited. We are currently taking bookings for the month of July.
To inquire or book your place, you can contact us or email Alex directly at:
alex (at) lukebremnerfitness.com
And full a full overview of what’s included in our mobility classes you can find a more detailed class description here.