Mobility and Stability Training:
Foundations of Functional Movement
Go Beyond Strength and Stretching with In-Depth Performance Strategies
Focused Exercise and Training
Learn 7 foundational movements and expand them into 28 mobility and stability exercises that help you hone your strength, agility, balance, core and fundamentals.
Optimize Physical Performance
This course utilizes advanced neuromuscular education to impact joint stability, muscle strength and motor control to help create real change.
Recovery and Injury Prevention
More than a strength and conditioning course, you’ll be given tools to keep your body in better shape before, during, and after workouts to prevent injuries and improve recovery
Develop Daily Habits and Establish Long-Term Success
The idea behind “muscle memory” goes far beyond the movements you do on the dance floor or the explosiveness you have on a court or field. It’s an involved process where people train their bodies through smarter stretching programs and better mobility and stability processes.
In fact, limiting your knowledge about how to prepare your body can keep you from reaching your full potential and lead to increased injuries. This program was developed to help you better understand not just flexibility and strength but how to maximize your overall physical performance, coordination and balance.
Designed around bite-sized, animated lectures – including 7 units and 44 lessons – you’ll learn the science behind mobility and stability training, as well as how to apply it to your athletics, chosen sport, or active lifestyle.
From range of motion to core strength to footwork this program will show you how efficient and integrated movement comes together to increase overall performance. If you’re an athlete, dancer, dance teacher, or active person ready to focus on true fitness then this is the course for you!
Drawing on her background as a neuromuscular educator, dance educator, and “somatic explorer”, Deborah Vogel has a unique ability to study a dancer’s body alignment and movement patterns to identify muscular imbalances. A specialist in helping dancers realign their body, mind, and spirit after stress, strain or injury, Deborah teaches dancers and teachers how to “see and analyze” the body in motion and then improve its performance. Deborah is an author of multiple books and dance education products, has taught at multiple colleges and universities and and writes health and technique articles for Dance Teacher Magazine.