Just like our approach to Jiu-Jitsu, we approach fitness a bit differently.
Just like our approach to Jiu-Jitsu, we approach fitness a bit differently. Many people associate fitness and strength to heavy lifting and pumping heavy iron. But that’s not what we focus on here at Frequency.
For our purposes, we like to think about mobility as the ability to travel in three-dimensional space, unaided in any possible direction and in as dynamic of ways as desired. We as humans can’t fly, but we can walk, climb, crawl, and swim. The vast majority of the population spends next to no time crawling or climbing, both of which are incredibly valuable in Jiu-Jitsu.
As it turns out, these things are also very helpful in your everyday life, particularly for combating deterioration due to the aging process. While both endurance and strength training are important, it is only part of what you should be doing to become fit. Working on your mobility is a crucial part of becoming fit. It will help ensure your muscles work properly and will help prevent future injuries.
Increase your mobility and reflexes
Kyle holds a degree in kinesiology, and his main goal for the Mobility and Fitness class is to help you open up your range of motion and increase mobility to improve both your Jiu-Jitsu practice and your overall health.