Addition by Subtraction
Posted by Dr. Lee Burton
While this looks like a huge list you will note that the video is under 5 minutes in length, so this is an efficient mobility session.
This quick mobility session gets “everything” moving with extra attention to the ankle, hips and thorax. Please keep in mind that I have been using this routine for a few years now and have built my range of motion over time so please take your time experimenting with this mobility routine and keep those key points in mind.
Brett Jones, StrongFirst Director of Education, is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Specialist based in Pittsburgh, PA. Mr. Jones holds a Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine from High Point University, a Master of Science in Rehabilitative Sciences from Clarion University of Pennsylvania, and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
With over twenty years of experience, Brett has been sought out to consult with professional teams and athletes, as well as present throughout the United States and internationally.
As an athletic trainer who has transitioned into the fitness industry, Brett has taught kettlebell techniques and principles since 2003. He has taught for Functional Movement Systems (FMS) since 2006 and has created multiple DVDs and manuals with world-renowned physical therapist Gray Cook, including the widely-praised “Secrets of…” series.
Brett continues to evolve his approach to training and teaching and is passionate about improving the quality of education for the fitness industry.
He is available for consultations and distance coaching by e-mailing him at email@example.com.
Posted by Dr. Lee Burton
Posted by FMS
Lisa 10/22/2020 2:00:53 PM
Love this functional flow. Thanks
Brett Jones 10/27/2020 2:36:20 PM
Thank you Lisa
Judy Chambers 1/4/2021 6:10:27 PM
Hi Brett, I am a FMS level 2 certified personal trainer and would be very interested in posting a link for your "mobility routine for a time crunch" on my new website? Is that possible, with your permission? I follow many of your posts and love the simplicity and functionality of your posts!! Thank you for being such an inspiration! Judy Chambers RNCP/ROHP, NSCA-CPT, FMS level 2 Vancouver, BC Canada
FMS 1/4/2021 6:22:58 PM
Hi Judy, Glad you enjoyed the article! Please feel free to share the link on your website.
William Thompson 2/11/2021 4:30:09 PM
David Hope 7/26/2022 12:33:07 PM
Hi Brett, I am FMS LEVEL 1 and CPT, and I would like to share this article with the employees at my company with your permission. The mobility flow would help many of the people I work with here. Thank You