Tag Archives for Mobility

Matthew Lee

‘Its true what they say, you get what you pay for’ A year or so ago I had some ongoing discomfort in my knee and took some cheap glucosamine tablets that I got from a supermarket. They had literally no effect. This pretty much made my mind up that joint supplements were pointless. Recently I…

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Crossfit Regional Athletes Overcoming Long Term Wrist Injuries

The wrist is one of the most frustrating places Crossfit athletes can get injured. Almost all upper body movements involve the wrist, as do the majority of compound movements including the olympic lifts, gymnastics moves and other barbell work. The wrist a small junction where a lot of ligaments, tendons and nerves pass to the…

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18.3 Mobility Guide

Focussing on improving overhead positioning and kipping efficiency 18.3 is a lot of double unders followed by some quite technical movements. Overhead squats, dumbbell snatches and muscle ups are tricky enough when you’ve not just done 100’s of double unders. Mobilising your upper back and shoulders before this workout will help you to stabilise the…

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Alex Clarke – Stubborn Wrist Injury

In the Summer of 2014 I injured my wrist catching a heavy clean. It slipped off my shoulder and bent my wrist at a very awkward angle. As a full time coach this did more than affect my training, it meant I struggled to demo even the most basic of movements. Push ups hurt, overhead…

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Lee Howe – Labrum Tear Recovery

Recovering from Shoulder surgery 2x as fast with GLC2000 Over the years the left side of my upper body has been battered through competing in Crossfit. Back in 2010 I lost a heavy kettlebell snatch behind me and refused to drop the ‘bell. This caused me to dislocate my left shoulder. My shoulder got popped…

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