Trainee Mobility Restriction and Range of Motion

As trainers, we often adjust trainees because we feel that a task wasn’t executed properly. While it’s important to request them to adjust for a better form, it’s crucial that we understand the reason behind why they may be experiencing mobility restrictions. These restrictions can be from a lack of mobility perspective or from an excessive load on the joint, which will lead to a restricted range of motion. By understanding these factors, we can help prevent potential injuries and improve the trainee’s overall performance.

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