Bardogs Mobility Class

Flexible through life

Whether you are an office dweller or a movement freak, in the mobility class you improve your mobility and give your muscles, tendons and joints an important boost from the regenerative side. We work on both your active and passive mobility so that, together with your strength training, your body is optimally balanced, powerful and minimally susceptible to injury. Learn how to balance yourself and how your body will feel better afterwards.


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Mobility describes the active mobility in a joint. The range of movement is achieved through active and voluntary movement (motor control). The greatest possible range of movement is achieved using only the body's own muscle strength. Examples of mobility are the squat seat, the middle split or the lunge. Mobility consists of stretching (to improve flexibility), myofascial self-massage (to improve the gliding ability of the fascia) and muscle strengthening.

Mobility describes active mobility, while flexibility describes passive mobility. In mobility, the range of motion is achieved by a muscle contraction of the antagonist, while in flexibility the range of motion is achieved by a partner, weights or similar. An example of mobility is the standing middle split, while this position is flexibility when lying down with the legs against the wall and weights on the feet. Or a shoulder opener where you have your hands on a bar and lie on your shoulders is flexibility, while a standing shoulder opener is mobility, as it is achieved through muscle control. Flexibility does not stand alone, however, but is part of mobility, because without passive flexibility, a large range of motion cannot be achieved actively.

Mobility can basically be trained every day. The muscle contractions are not very tiring so that the muscle is sufficiently recovered by the next day. Regularly moving the joints through a large range of motion helps to maintain a large range of motion or to achieve a greater range of motion more quickly.

Mobility can be used at any time. Before training, it helps to lubricate the joints and prepare them for the range of motion, improve blood flow to the muscles and increase your mobility in the short term. As a longer training session in its own right, it helps to improve and maintain your mobility in the long term. After training, it can help with recovery, returning strained and shortened muscles to their original length and helping circulation so that waste products from training can be removed and micro-injuries in the muscle healed.

Mobility helps you to improve your active mobility or maintain it into old age. This improves your well-being and joint alignment. It can also increase the efficiency and safety of your training. As a balance to your training, it helps you to counteract shortened and tense muscles and increase your range of motion.

In our mobility class, we look at the mobility of the whole body. Frequently restricted joints (shoulders, hips, ankles, etc.) are mainly addressed so that your active mobility improves and you can achieve a higher performance. It is also excellent for regeneration and injury prevention. Depending on what the trainer chooses, the class is also divided into full body, lower body or upper body.

No. Any level of mobility is welcome in our mobility class. Everyone starts somewhere, and using poor mobility as an excuse only makes the situation worse. Our trainers have an alternative or simpler exercise for every exercise, so that every level is challenged individually. Start now and start feeling better!

Many calisthenics skills require a high degree of mobility, such as the V-sit, the handstand or even a simple squat. These cannot be achieved without sufficient mobility or are performed incorrectly and inefficiently, which can also be dangerous. Regular training also leads to hardened and shortened muscles, which limits your mobility. Our mobility class is the perfect way to balance out your training and do something good for your body. As already mentioned, mobility training improves your flexibility, is good for regeneration and improves your well-being and joint positions. This makes your body more balanced and healthier.

All you need for our mobility class is sportswear (sports shoes are not required). The equipment, such as yoga blocks, mats and fascia rolls, will be provided for you

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