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Ankle mobility is extremely important for movement literacy. The FMS and SFMA have redundancy built into the system to help us highlight issues in certain regions - one of which is the ankle. Why is the ankle so important?
Let’s think about a common goal in fitness - hip extension or “activating the glutes.” If the ankle is restricted, it does not send a signal that we need hip extension! We cannot neglect how they work together. Addressing ankle function will allow more success in our fitness goals.
In this Whiteboard Talk, FMS Co-Founder Gray Cook breaks down the importance of ankle mobility and its influence on our movement patterns.