When assessing and fixing the cause of knee pain, there is one factor that many completely miss. The motion of tibial rotation. Let me explain. You see, as you descend into a squat your knee moves towards and (in some people) eventually over the toes. This motion comes from the ankle joint (called dorsiflexion). RestrictionsContinue reading What Is Tibial Rotation & Why You Should Know About It!
Today I wanted to share a few of my favorite tools. I also want to share with you my 3-step process in dealing with ankle stiffness. If you want to remain competitive or move around pain free, it is vital that you improve and maintain good ankle mobility. Band mobilization, foam rolling and/or classic stretching is the way to go.Continue reading How to Improve Ankle Mobility
Stiff ankles are primarily caused by two different factors: joint and soft tissue restrictions. This lecture is intended to give you a more in depth understanding on the different mechanisms that can cause stiffness to the ankle joint.Continue reading The Squat Fix: Ankle Mobility Pt 2