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Improve Ankle Mobility With This Self-Mobilization Technique.
In this video we don’t just focus on the ankle but add a mobilization to the shin bone which is crucial to get those last few degrees of motion that you may be lacking.
A very effective and useful technique to get those ankles more mobile for decreased injury on the mats, improved squatting depth, and decrease ankle pain.
Thanks to Nick “Chewy” Albin for helping me out with this one!
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Using solo drills and repetitions are great ways to build muscle memory and technique. In this video, I go over bridges and hip escapes and ways that you can build explosiveness for BJJ with using a sand bag. The two techniques can be used for simulating escaping the bottom of mount and also side control. Basic movements that are essential in BJJ to get out of a bad position and to improve your explosiveness on the mats.
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Have you ever wondered what other sports out there could help with improving your BJJ game?
I have realized that a sport that would benefit all in BJJ would be gymnastics. Building strength, body awareness, flexibility, and understanding sequences and patterns is very crucial to learning BJJ-specific techniques and timing.
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Ankle Mobilization with Monster Band To Improve Active Toes When In Guard.
This is a very effective and useful technique to improve ankle dorsiflexion. Increased your explosiveness by allowing your ankles to be in the proper position. Remain mobile by being able to keep your toes active when in your opponent’s closed guard.
Let me know if you have any questions.
In this video I demonstrate some effective ways to reduce nerve pain down the leg.
By performing nerve “flossing” we are promoting movement in the nerve which will reduce tension and help alleviate nerve pain.
I show numerous variations in the video and trying them out is a great way to see which one works for you.
10 repetitions of 5-10 seconds is a great start to see what feels good. Make sure to perform a comfortable stretch with the exercise and discontinue if your symptoms worsen.
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