*Add-Ons Do not Include the Full Mobility Ring Program or Physical Ring.
Across these 7 Additional Mobility Ring Matrices, you will
learn another 364 exercises with your Mobility Ring!
Seated Mobility Ring
From the most commonly adapted posture, seated position, you
still have critical options for restoring your mobility. In this matrix, you
will find 34 exercises, across 3 grip variations that will help release the
restrictions which occur from excessive seated position, even if you cannot
stand, at work, at home or in the hospital/clinic. Additionally, this matrix is
ideal for physical and occupational therapists seeking additional exercise
tools for chair-bound patients.
Bridge Mobility Ring
A stability ball offers a firm yet forgiving surface to
horizontally increase passive spinal traction and rotation in 6 directions. The
30 exercises in the Bridge Matrix gives you the chance to apply the Mobility
Ring parallel to gravitational pull, so that you can augment the releases that
you otherwise must patiently create in a vertical environment resisting
gravity. Additionally, this matrix is perfect for those overcoming lower
extremity issues, in the hips, knees or ankles that prohibit some of the load
Shin Lunge Mobility
The 50 exercises in the Shin Lunge Matrix apply 3 grips
across a split lunge position with the shin resting on the ground. The shin
lunge removes the load bearing of locomotive lunges, while keeping the
simultaneous hip extension and flexion, so the lower back can be locked to
avoid rotation. Locking lumbar spine lets you address “cross body force
transfer” - the tension from one shoulder to opposite hip. Additionally, this
matrix is optimal for those who stand, walk, run and climb for extended
duration due to the cross body restrictions which occur as a result.
Shinbox Mobility Ring
Due to handedness, one hip tends to be tight in internal
rotation and another in external. The same is true with your shoulders. The
hips and shoulders also transfer tightness across the body from one to the
opposite. The Shinbox Matrix allows you to address this rotational bias from
one hip to opposite shoulder, and back, through 48 drills that can find each
Leg Twist Mobility
Coupling crossed legs with torso twist addresses a diagonal
line from the back of your legs, across your bottom, and over to the far
shoulder: one of the tightest, and most restricted functional lines in the
body. The 64 exercises in the Leg Twist Mobility Ring Matrix allow you to
unwind this series of issues which limit your potential strength. Furthermore,
the lateral line running down the outside of the body, including your “IT band”
and obliques are all affected by the position and tension of your upper
extremities, and can be released through this Matrix.
Due to excessive seated posture, the knees often lose their
ability to fully flex. And extended standing on artificially flat surfaces also
compounds this issue. The 70 exercises in the Kneeling Matrix allow you to
begin addressing the issues which run across the frontal / anterior line on the
body, which cause/are caused by chronic hip and knee flexion.
Lunge Mobility Ring
Locomotion is restricted by the inability to move the
shoulders, as gait efficiency is nearly 50% arm swing. Therefore, if the
tissues across and between the upper extremities have become compensated, gain
efficiency decreases, causing downstream restrictions in the trunk and lower
body. Similarly, the reverse is true: placing the body into 8 cardinal lunges,
within its 68 exercise variations in 3 grips on the Mobility Ring, will help in
removing restrictions to locomotion and restore gait efficiency.
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