In this episode, Janet and Nikki chat with Hunter Cook, FRC and Kinstretch instructor about mobility training for injury mitigation.
- Why injury prevention is a myth + why you should train for injury mitigation instead
- Common mobility training myths
- How training for strength can improve your mobility
- Flexibility versus mobility
- What it means to have “good” range of motion
- Why your mobility goals should match the demands of your sport
- The theory and science behind Functional Range Conditioning® (FRC)
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Episode Length: 49 minutes
About Hunter Cook
Hunter has been personal training for the last 11 years, and has also worked as a physical therapy aide for 6 years in both New York and California. Hunter is well qualified as a fitness professional to work with any demographic of clientele, however, excels in nutritional guidance, mobility and flexibility, and post-rehabilitation clients due to his background working in physical therapy offices.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with the option in Exercise Science from California State University, Long Beach. Hunter’s certifications include the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA).