Stop Living With Aches and Pains. Improve Your Joints. 

With Mobility training


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Take Back Control Of How Your Body Moves And Keep That Control For Good.

Acquiring and maintaining articular strength and neurological control is vital for healthy joints. Train your muscles and your mind to gain range of motion where you need it most. Have the flexibility and strength to move well and control those movements.

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Ask Your Body To Perform a Task And Have Confidence That It Will Perform, Without Injury.  

Increasing tissue load bearing capacity and injury prevention means you increase your overall strength. By strengthening your weakest ranges of motion you decrease your risk for injury, and mitigate the severity of injuries when they do occur. 

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Improve Joint Health Now And Over Time So You Can Move Well 20 Years From Now.

Joints that work well now are more likely to work well in the future. Take care of your joints and train them to work the way human joints were designed to work. Minimize and alleviate wear and tear over time so you can continue to move well as you age. 


What is mobility training?


When you want to get better at something, you train for it. Marathoners train for races. Weight lifters train for meets. Dancers train for performances. 

As humans, if we want to acquire a skill, we simply have to practice. If you want to get better at moving your body the way it is supposed to move, you apply specific principles in a strategic order to build up those skills and progress to a new level of training.

More information about mobility training protocols and programs coming soon. FRC mobility training is utilized within all one on one Pilates training sessions.

WANT TO LEARN MORE?

Check out this interesting magazine article that says "Kinstretch is the new Pilates".

https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2017/01/kinstretch-is-the-new-pilates-joint-problems.html