Movement Upgraded Mobility Membership
Get mobile and strong so you can stay active without pain and injuries holding you back.
Why The Movement Upgraded Mobility Membership?
We take care of our bodies is so many great ways. Yet, unfortuntely, taking care of our joints is often forgotten.
General exercise & lifting weights aren’t enough to prioritize our joint health – if they were, I wouldn’t see so many active adults & weightlifters in my physical therapy office with nagging joint aches, pains, and injuries.
Whether you’re looking to overcome a long-standing injury/ache/pain, or you simply want to move better, mobility training is the solution. In mobility training, we utilize joint-specific exercises to improve our joint health, enhance our ranges of motion, improve our body control/mobility, and build physical resiliency.
With a consistent mobility training practice, you’ll feel better physically, move better in all aspects of your life, and finally feel confident in your body.
What To Expect:
Through a consistent mobility training practice, you will improve your movement capacity, improve your joints’ range of motion, improve your body control & awareness, improve your physical performance, improve your strength, increase your neurological function, prevent/mitigate injury, and rehab current injuries/aches/pains.
Once you sign-up, you’ll receive immediate access to our Movement Upgraded Mobility Membership portal where you can take the guess-work out of your mobility training and follow along with pre-recorded mobility classes of your choice.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is mobility training different than CARs?
Mobility training utilizes several types of exercises within a class setting. Each mobility class focuses on improving body control, flexibility, and usable ranges of motion (mobility).
One of the types of mobility training exercises utilized within a class is CARs (controlled articular rotations). CARs are joint-specific exercises utilized to maintain/improve joint health.
Why do I need mobility training?
We take care of our bodies is so many great ways – we brush & floss our teeth to keep our teeth and gums healthy; we eat well to stay nourished; we lift weights to maintain our strength & build strong bones; we perform cardiovascular exercise for cardiorespiratory health; we prioritize our sleep; and many of us even prioritize our mental health.
But what are we doing for our joints to keep them healthy?
General exercise and lifting weights aren’t enough to keep our joints healthy – if they were, I wouldn’t see so many active adults & weightlifters in my physical therapy office with nagging joint aches, pains, and injuries.
In mobility training, we utilize joint-specific exercises to improve our joint health, enhance our ranges of motion, improve our body control/mobility, and build physical resiliency.
By training our joints and prioritizing our mobility, we can mitigate aches/pains/injuries, improve our movement quality so we can move however we want, and simply have a higher quality of life.
What makes your Mobility Membership different than the others?
Most mobility memberships are created by “movement elitists” with other movement elitists in mind. In other words, most memberships are far too fancy and advanced for the general population.
As a physical therapist, I designed the Movement Upgraded Mobility Membership with the general population in mind. I understand what the majority of people need to work on mobility-wise and program accordingly. Hint: it’s not the super fancy things you see on social media – it’s the basics of mobility training that everyone neglects.
Are your mobility classes live?
No, all of the content and classes are pre-recorded.
This allows you to access the content at anytime and perform the classes whenever is convenient for you. You get access to everything immediately after signing up.
How much does the Movement Upgraed Mobility Membership cost?
The membership is $59.99 per month.
Is the billing recurring?
Yes, billing recurs automatically every month.
You have the ability to cancel your membership on your own within the membership portal at any time.
Can I do mobility training in addition to lifting?
Absolutely! In fact, this is what I recommend doing.
Mobility training is not meant to replace weight lifting or cardio training – it’s designed to supplement it. I highly recommend integrating a mobility training practice into your current training regimen – it will help you do the things you’re already doing better.
How many mobility classes should I do per week?
This depends on your goals and your current training regimen. Some students perform only 1 class per week, while others perform 3+ classes per week. If you want to become a movement master, you need to dedicate the time for it.
If you have a specific goal, we have done-for-you programs within the membership. These programs have you performing ~3 classes per week on average.
We recommend a daily CARs practice in addition to the classes.
I have nagging injuries/pains - is mobility training for me?
Many students begin a mobility training practice because they’re in pain, have past injuries that haven’t fully resolved, or have mobility limitations causing them issues. A lot of them see their complaints disappear with a consistent practice. In fact, many report that they feel better & stronger than ever after beginning mobility training.
What equipment do I need?
There’s no “required” equipment for mobility training, but ideally you’ll have:
- 2 yoga blocks
- 2 tennis balls
- A yoga mat (if your flooring isn’t comfortable enough)
- A broomstick, PVC pipe, or Stick Mobility stick.
If you don’t have access to this equipment, you can easily modify the exercises/movements on your own as needed.
Ready to move, feel, and perform better?
When you sign-up for our Mobility Membership, you’ll receive immediate access to the membership portal with all available content.