Our Popular Mind-Muscle Class is Now Available to You Online!
For the past year, Invictus Coaches Nick Hawkes and TJ O’Brien have been coaching a class they call “Mind-Muscle” at our San Diego locations with huge successes and improvements of the participants. We are talking not only about improved range of motion and control during testing (which is important) but – even more importantly – also in the gym (making everything feel lighter and easier) and within everyday movement patterns (decreasing pain levels in participants).
Because of the success we’ve had with the class and knowing you have some extra time on your hands right now…we are now offering it to you for FREE for your quarantine routine.
Is the Mind-Muscle Connection your Missing Link? We all know that mobility deficits can make it tough to access more powerful positions and can be the missing link to nailing a muscle-up, snatch, and other physically challenging movements. This class works to not only improve mobility, but increase one’s mind-muscle connection, strengthen end ranges (where we are weakest), and prevent injury by gaining a practiced understanding of the limits of our active ranges of motion.
Mind-Muscle Class Format
Sessions are 30 minutes long and will have varying foci each class. Our hope is that you will take away from this class a knowledge of how to open up your ranges of motions that is far greater than stretching or foam rolling.
Joint Modality Terminology
The Mind-Muscle Class uses stretches and drills from our three favorite joint health modalities – ELDOA, Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), and Kinstretch, amongst others. Each modality performs a different function for your joints and each has its proper uses and benefits. Learn a little more about them and check out an example of each below here: Understanding Our Favorite Joint Health Modalities
Register for the Mind-Muscle Class
Register in advance for one of these Mind-Muscle class sessions which we will be hosting on Zoom (Tuesdays & Thursdays at 12pm and Sundays at 9am – all Pacific Time Zone).