What is going on guys, happy Mobility Monday! There is no better way to start the week than by getting a solid training session in, and your training has to include focusing on your weak points. This week’s Mobility Monday Tip focuses on a mobility movement for your adductor complex and helps combat hip pinching pain. If you struggle with groin pain or limited mobility it may not be a stretching issue but a stability issue. So if we combat it with providing the hip some stability it can go a long way. This hip bridge has an adductor focus with the ball in between the knees, forcing you to squeeze the ball throughout the movement and it will light up your adductors. You should complete 8-12 reps depending upon how fatigued you become.
Todd Sabol - Contributor
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, Functional Examination, Soft Tissue Treatment
BS, Marietta College, 2015
MS, Ohio University, 2017
BOC Certified Athletic Trainer, 2015
OTPTAT Licensed Athletic Trainer, 2015
Currently is in his third year as Head Athletic Trainer at New Lexington High School providing sports medicine services for all athletes. He is the owner of his own sports medicine seminar business which provides seminars for Ohio coaching certifications. He also provides treatment at Old School Gym for Cory Gregory and numerous other members.
"I have always strived to be a practitioner of what I do. Whether that was being a collegiate soccer player or now engaging in powerlifting and bodybuilding, I strive to push my body to its limits like the clients I treat so I can be a more effective clinician. I get no better feeling than having someone leaving a treatment session with me feeling, moving and performing better, it is the reason I love what I do."