Custom Mobility Programming
A 100% tailored-to-YOU approach to better mobility so you can take your fitness to the next level.
No more…random stretching and smashing parts of your body without results
No more…wondering whether or not you’re “mobilizing” the right body parts
No more…wasting your time doing exercises you don’t understand when you could be getting stronger and faster
This custom mobility programming will help you to:
Finally see results in stiff or weak areas of your body that have been stubborn for months
Work at a higher potential and see more growth in your training
Learn new movements that can take your movement practice to a whole new level
What Clients Are Saying
Step 1 : Full body movement analysis
Using a joint-by-joint diagnostic system, Dr. Seth King (Physical Therapist) will spend 1 full hour thoroughly assessing your movement patterns and screening for injury risk. This will allow us to accurately identify any/all of the specific areas of your body that will benefit from specific mobility or motor control exercise.
Step 2 : get to work
After putting together all of the pieces to your unique movement diagnosis, Dr. King will develop a program that is 100% tailored to your individual movement needs. Partnering with TrueCoach, you will get your custom program and immediately be able to take action to specifically work on any stiffness or muscle control deficits that have been plaguing you.
Step 3 : hit new Pr’s, feel amazing
“If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.”
It’s simple. Working intentionally (instead of accidentally) towards a mobility goal is the way to go. Apply for a spot now to find out what we mean!
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A Few Notes:
Limitless Mobility programming should not be a replacement for the physical training (sport-specific or otherwise) that you already have in place. This program is meant to easily supplement any exercise program and enhance the range of motion and neuromuscular control through which we move during sport, exercise, and life in general.
The SFMA full body movement screen is intended to be a thorough but general overview of neuromuscular control and joint/soft tissue restriction. In the presence of pain or pathology, the appropriate referral will be made and/or treatment recommended.