Mobility to Move Freely will teach you small, specialized movements so you can do big movements safely. Want to do a handstand? You’ll need functional shoulders and wrists to stand on. Want to improve your range of motion while alleviating aches? Joint specific mobility training will help you walk, squat, bend, and run like your body is intended to. With regular practice, you’ll harness strength in your existing ranges of motion and gain control at your outer limits. But, don’t let “mobility” fool you. It sounds like stretching, but it’s sneaky strength. You’ll feel your muscles burn as you simultaneously increase flexibility and strengthen your joints.