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Ankle: Working my bound up ankle was what I would assume to be my own personal hell on Earth. I've got lots of scar tissue buildup on the front of my ankle at the top of my foot. This acts as the author says as a doorstop preventing full flexion of my ankle and an inability to point my toes to my knee. It has also impeded full depth during squats. While doing the smash and floss method on the front of the ankle with the lacrosse ball, I assumed that ankles were supposed to have lots of little lumps and pain spots Nope, turns out this was lots and lots of scar tissue.
Sweet baby Jesus was this inconceivably painful. Ankle still hurts this next day, but some more ibuprofen is fixing that. At least it doesn't hurt as a result of binding up anymore. Lower Back: Haven't gotten to working it yet because after all the other work I felt like someone had beaten me with an aluminum bat and my back hurts the least of all my problems.
Be prepared to spend some money on gear. Sure its cheaper than a chiropractor or therapist, but its still an outlay. I've got a bumpy roller, a smooth roller, a lacrosse ball. What I don't have that are recommended are: double lacrosse ball, little battlestar can be subbed with a standard roller though , VooDoo bands, stretchy bands no, rogue brand bands are not any better than others and an assortment of other balls of varying density, pressure application ability, and size.
So far, I'm pleased with the results I've had after a single session of rolling, smashing, and flossing my problem areas. After the day mobility program in its various forms, I'm hoping for a greater improvement in my mobility and pain management. I bought this book to just improve my hip mobility, but found so much information here, I have gone far beyond my hips.
I have improved my hip mobility, my knees feel great year old knees that have run several marathons in the past 5 years , and now I am working on my shoulders. I feel better and move better than I have in years I also sleep better. My squat and deadlift have improved immensely, and now I am working on the pistol squat.
I am going to nail that move! One warning: This is a big technical book, that is more of a textbook than just your average fitness book. Geared toward coaches and trainers and physical therapists. But if I can find value here, so can others looking to improve mobility. In I was a lean mean workout machine!!! P90X style and running 6 minute miles 4 days a week shaving time each time I was out running. Forced me to retire early from the police and in severe pain where all I did was drink to wash it away the pain.
Non of this self medicating help a bit until I got on board with Dr. Kelly Stattetts programs for mobility. Thanks Dr. Kelly Starrett for what you do!!! I really enjoyed this book and it has definitely helped me improve my overall mobility and training. The lens is very much from a PT and I recommend also getting some other perspectives. Author could also simplify his writing style to communicate more effectively.
He does a good job backing up his claims, but again, it is a PT lens. If you are reading for strength training, I'd recommend supplementing this book with Starting Strength. There is a ton of value to combining these two authors' perspectives. A virtual gem if you are patient and read carefully, practicing along the way. This text defies description bc it reaches farther than anyything available, hits the major components of bodymechanics in regard to stability, safety, performance!
This trainer not only goes deeperand farther than the best trainers available to us, but makes you concious of the faulty as in leading to injury positions of what we commonly think of as the best trainers. Since following Kelly's protocols I am nearly pain free after less than a month. I am 77 and 5'1" 90 lbs. The more squats Zi do correctly the better I feel! Remember you have to read and practice in a mirror copying the "correct " poses!
You will be surprized at what hard work and discipline can accomplish. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. TLDR version - the book is only really useful if you're an avid barbell athlete and you're aware of issues regarding mobility and performance or your'e a coach. If you're looking for fixes for everyday posture issues look elsewhere, like Youtube.
Bought this book around , read the book at the time and now recently gone through it using some of the practices in the book. How much you will get out of this book really depends on who you are and why you're buying or more accurately what knowledge you're seeking. At the time I never seemed to find help online at the time that worked so hence I bought this book.
Positives - every day bracing technique, the start of the book describes how to brace and hold your body in everyday life from standing, sitting, walking. Useful info and definitely helps. Some techniques work - one of the issues I have is over head extension, I can't get my arm straight over head with out over extending my lumbar spine. I used a prescribed set of exercises to help fix this and I saw instant improvement.
It wasn't an instant fix, which in unrealistic, but there's definite improvement which should only improve over time. Negatives The book is very, very, very much geared towards exercise movements. It does take a lot of time discussing bracing for everyday life and it is useful, very useful in fact, but it's not going to fix any kind of serious every day issues and that's the only day to day postural info it gives everything else is geared towards exercise movements. For example if you have a anterior pelvic tilt ATP when you squat this book will help, how ever if you have a serious ATP in everyday life this book isn't going to tell you what you need to do, it's possible you could figure out what you need to do from all the techniques provided but as I've said various every day postural issues aren't really addressed.
The same goes with rounded upper back, rounded lower back, forward neck etc. The end of the book has some quick exercise lists based on pain issues for example lower back pain, hip pain etc but they are just that exercise lists and don't discuss those issues. Your fix might be in this book but you might not realise it - one of the things I realised whilst reading this book and self analysing myself is that regardless of how much info is in here it would be very easy to have a glaring issue that you won't notice because you don't have the experience.
Another scenario is that you might notice a fault and you try techniques number to fix the issue and none work. The fixing techniques themselves - the techniques are all either stretching, dynamic stretching or myofascial release foam rolling, smashing. Without going into too much detail on the validity and appropriateness of these techniques I'll discuss what I experienced. As stated in the positives the over head extension fixes seem to be working for me but the fixes for ATP in the squat haven't worked.
I didn't see that instant improvement even a minor one after doing 15 mins of work to improved it. Now is this because my everyday postural ATP is so bad Foam rolling and smashing techniques - when this book originally came out foam rolling and myofascial release techniques were about to become the new gym fad. By you couldn't walk into a gym without seeing people one the floor rolling they're IT bands it was always the IT bands and slowly, like kettlebells, the fad went away.
Is this because the techniques didn't work or because people got sick of rolling around in pain for 15 minutes before and after sometimes during too every work out, because I sure did. Foam rolling and smashing techniques are painful and the book tells you this and that they're supposed to be painful.
It also tells you that the minimum amount of time you need to spend 'smashing' is 2 minutes So for example if you need to work on your quads and lats you're going to be doing at minimum 4 different techniques for each side so that's a minimum of 16 minutes. Add onto that any time performing stretching or mobility techniques and then your warm ups if you're doing these before a workout and you're looking at adding 30 mins at least onto your session.
My personal issues with the smashing techniques is the idea that we should be seeking out pain, if I move over a certain spot and it's painful is that because there's a problem there and it needs smashing or is it because my body weight is being pushed onto a small hard ball? Another issue I had is that the pain in some body parts such as glutes and calfs is still there the next day, almost like I suffered to some big trauma to the area or I did a big workout to failure the previous day.
Does this mean it's working or not working? Will this interfere with my work out performance? The Contents section within the Kindle edition has lots of text and descriptions missing. This makes the book very difficult to use as the author describes within preface and introduction. It makes it impossible to go straight to specific items you may wish to concentrate upon. I am very disappointed with the Kindle Edition. I wish I had bought the hard copy which would be far easier to use as the author intended.
This is THE go to book for mobility and stretching. Almost anyone involved in Crossfit or Martial Arts will recommend this to you when you ask about stretching. The book is huge and absolutely full of colourful photographs and explanations about the methods the author uses to bring gains in mobility.
Whether you are looking to improve your range of motion for snatch technique, a high kick or simply reduce muscle stiffness from sitting at a desk all day, it is likely this book will give you all the knowledge you need. One weakness I would point out is that you kind of have to read the whole book to really be able to put a programme together for yourself.
One thing I think would have really benefitted this book is a few more 'routines'. There are a couple in the back of the book that require you to flick back through the book to pages of exercise descriptions, but I think maybe a flow chart would have been better so that those who wanted to get started right away could do so without having to read the whole thing. I love this book. I've started on the exercises. A lot of them are pure torture! Be prepared for pain and commitment to the exercises but afterwards my muscles and joints feel so much better.
K-Star explains everything clearly, although you do have to think about what he's saying. He also has a great style of getting to the point! Some of the exercises seem a bit brutal and possibly not what you'd think is good for you but my physio said that Kelly Starrett knows his stuff.
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