Squatting is tricky for a lot of folks.
Obviously. Look at all of the articles out there on all of the things that can go wrong...
Stiff ankles. Knee pain. Clunky hips. Hunched over torso. Take your pick (or your favorite combination thereof).
I don't need to tell you why squatting is so valuable, but I do need to tell you:
Information alone doesn't solve the problem.
Endlessly Googling for answers doesn't improve dorsiflexion or hip flexion.
Particularly practice that's grounded in empirically supported methods based on current physiological understanding of how bodies work and adapt.
Without the dogma of this-or-that trade secret.
So I wanted to share what I've found to be the most effective approaches to squat mobility, incorporating principles from:
- Functional Range Conditioning
- Somatic education
- Natural movement
I've recorded an 80+ minute, follow-along video training that explores squat-specific mobility drills.
If you practice this video a couple of times per week (seriously, just follow along), you will get better at living in a human body.
- Your range of motion and control will improve.
- You'll find more ease and freedom in your movement.
- Life will get better because you'll feel better in your body and more capable of doing what you want to do.
Would you like access?
And would you like to do some global good in the process?
As you might (or might not) know I'm a recurring donor to Charity: Water. I think they do great work in the world. So I'll be donating half of the proceeds of this sale (and all future sales of it) to Charity: Water.
Call it charity: squatter (what can I say...I like puns).
It's only $25 for now, but I'll likely be increasing the price soon.
Click here to register.
I know buying things online can be weird. How do you know it's real? Or worthwhile?
Well, you've obviously seen some of my work before on social media, and you might have also seen me featured by some pretty cool people:
Shoot, Breaking Muscle called me their "guru of movement."
I think that's a bit much myself, but my articles there have made their "best of" list 3 times so far.
But I don't want you to think I'm all words and no skin in the game. Here is what some of my past students say about my work...