#Repost @processgym with @repostapp ・・・ The ability to move should never be taken for granted. If your interested in moving pain free, not hinged down by sticky tissue then the Hybrid Athletics Training System is for you. JOIN US! ------- Know Better, Do Better, Be Better ~ Coach Kennedy ------- Movement Principles - Athletics is a mixture of balance co-ordination, and mobility/stability which we all perform each day. Which in turns put’s everyone in the athletic department which is prehab/rehab the conditioning of injuries incurred and the prevention of injures incurred. We all train athletically not being conscious of it. ------- Movement Patterns - The body never performs the same movement pattern in any movement. We should never be to the point where we are performing a movement just because, we should strive to always move with purpose not looking for an easy way out. It’s not beneficial for you are me when we are striving to be optimal through our process, let’s focus our attention on rep after rep set after set. Our bodies have an amazing ability to evaluate their own performance and position. They can tell us all sorts of things but to hear it we need to be listening. ------- Movement Force - Muscular force is the force applied using parts of the body like arms or legs. It is force that results due to the action of muscles, and is a contact force, since there is a contact between the surfaces. Muscular force is needed whenever movement of the body occurs. Walking, lifting, getting up from a chair, crossing a leg, etc. all require muscular force. ------- Movement Mechanics - So when we think about mechanics, we think about fixing lagging parts on our vehicle developing a smoother and enjoyable ride. Just like our body we have some areas that need fine tuning, it may simply be one bicep being bigger than the other, or having dominate hamstrings and lagging quads. You don’t want to have areas clogged stoping your primary movers from operating correctly. This is where we learn to activate certain muscles the aesthetic lifters call it, “mind muscle connection” understanding how to contract that muscle while performing a certain movement.