Can anyone suggest me a static and or dynamic stretching routine? I know I should focus on hip, ankle, and my calves but I'm having trouble coming up with a stretch routine so I can be flexible enough to High Bar appropriately like Clarence Kennedy or Idalberto Arranda. I have no access to a foam roller. My training weight isn't so hard that I am compromising form so lowering weights wouldn't do much because I can't properly High bar even without any weights.
How do coaches solve this issue with who their training? THANKS in advance.
01-27-2017, 05:05 PM #1
High Bar Flexibility Routine? I'm not flexible enough to High Bar.
02-14-2017, 09:35 AM #2
Do you have access to $20 and a ride to Walmart? If so, you have access to a foam roller.--There are no stupid questions, just stupid people.
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02-14-2017, 06:25 PM #3
Usually, ankle mobility is the biggest factor, hence why having a pair of weightlifting shoes will serve as a crutch for providing some range of motion. You can take a look at this video and this video for a good overview of stretches to increase ankle mobility.
I personally think this is the best exercise, which is covered in the first video:
If you don't have access to a foam roller or resistance bands, your options either to buy one locally or on Amazon, or use the barbell where possible by putting it on the safeties or something and rolling. You can YouTube Klokov's stretching routine to get an idea of how this is done.S: 455, B: 375, D: 545
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