You’re probably doing the opposite of what you should be doing, and you’re doing so, because you’ve become very, very skilled at how you most often stand, sit and move.
Restoring function happens in the opposite direction of the dysfunction, called Compensation. Like Scott B. Sonnon’s coining of the term “joint mobility” in the 1990s, the next phase of ﬁtness evolution will be heavily inﬂuenced by his establishment of Compensation as a ﬁtness modality and “Compensatory Movement” as a method. To compensate for dysfunction, move in the opposite direction of the over-use and mis-use you have created.
It’s easier to create movements that load what you’ve been doing. It’s simple to help you over-train, and strengthen your dysfunction. However, to unload what you’re doing, requires an inversion of perspective: you have to consider the mirror-image of your behavioral patterns, and mentally, that is a challenge for everyone, because your brain, like your body, becomes shaped by what you repeatedly do. So, compensating for over-used and mis-used patterns, requires mental effort to use your brain in the opposite way that it’s shaped.
Fortunately, the most famous dyslexic scientist in the ﬁtness industry, Scott B. Sonnon, has become a master at creating inverted solutions to conventional patterns.
Coach Sonnon released his Mobility Ring in 2017 to compensate for your over-used and mis-used arms. As we will next discuss:
The Mobility Ring presents a portable, inexpensive, engaging and beautiful means for reversing the spiral of dysfunction and injurious pain by restoring the arm spiral of elastic precision and power.
To accompany the Mobility Ring, Coach Sonnon… Read more…