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Multi-Joint Rotational Training

Strengthening key muscles in the kinetic chain one by one

Strengthening Your Body
In A Non-Linear Way

When you think about it, life isn’t linear at all and neither are sports. You move, walk, jump and do everything in 3 dimensions. Rotational Training is a way of preparing your body to deal with the 3-dimensional stresses of the real world, sports, and an active lifestyle. Conventional methods of training typically focus on 2D linear movements. This is unrealistic and doesn’t reflect how you perform outside the gym. Rotational Training brings you the ability to perform complex movements in a controlled manner that trigger more than one joint at a time.

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A Multi-Jointed Approach

Rotational Training can be explained by understanding the benefits of a multi-jointed approach. Through a process of stabilizing and resetting key muscle groups, multi-joint training will allow you to perform movements and positions you never made in your life before. By retraining the firing order of your kinetic chain, everything from lateral mobility to improving reaction speed will occur.

Improving Quality Of Life

Everyone, both athletically-minded and non-athletic individuals can benefit from an enhanced quality of life. Things like bending over, walking the dog, picking things up and even jogging involve many of the key muscles in the trunk and lower body. Rotational training can enhance those muscles and joints to relieve pain, improve muscular efficiency and therefore strength and endurance. That means longer dog walks, less pain when bending over and an overall enhanced daily experience.

For athletic-minded individuals, the differences can be staggering. With the benefits we just discussed above, Rotational training stands to not only improve your quality of life but also enhance your performance beyond what you thought was possible. Imagine jumping higher than you have before and reacting twice as fast as previously. The benefits are truly endless.

What Is The Lower Kinetic Chain?

The lower kinetic chain contains the toes, feet, ankles, lower legs, knees, upper legs, hips, pelvis, and spine. These are all areas that are influenced by each other during the process of moving. Therefore, when there’s one weak link in the chain, the entire chain suffers. Rotational training takes the approach of impacting the entire kinetic chain rather than one single area, muscle or joint.

Designed To Improve Lateral Mobility

Rotational training delivers complex movement patterns that do more than improve horizontal mobility, but also lateral mobility. When you find yourself suddenly jumping to the side, shuffling to the right or even diving in a certain direction, you are utilizing lateral movement. In terms of sports and fitness, lateral movement is essential in terms of performance. Rotational training helps to retrain certain neurological pathways responsible for the complex lateral movements you need to perform at an elite level.

The Idea Is To Develop A 360 Degree, 3 Dimensional Strength

By identifying weak muscles in the kinetic chain, you can target specific areas that need more attention than others. Multi-joint rotational training will eliminate bad habits in the kinetic chain and retrain those key muscles to fire in a more synchronous & efficient order. This results in a more fluid 3-dimensional strength and movement. Now that you know where and how to identify and enhance those muscles weakest in the kinetic chain, you can systematically approach each one through rotational training.

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