Written by: Holly Eckert (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Have you heard your Exercise Physiologist talk about functional movement and patterns in regards to strength training? Wondering what that is all about?
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Strength training is a vital component to improve your health, accelerate fat loss and reduce the risk of many chronic diseases. Strength training is also important for improving function for your activities
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During squatting do you struggle to get your hips below parallel? Are your heels raising off the ground during a squat? These common dysfunctions in movement can both be a sign of a lack of ankle mobility.