Mobility For The Unbreakable Strongman

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Mobility for the Unbreakable Strongman is a comprehensive eBook for anyone in the sport of Strongman/strength athletics who is looking to improve their mobility, function, and recovery in order to optimize performance and reduce risk of injury.


Sold By: Dain Wallis


This Book Contains:

  • 6 Chapters, from Movement Assessments, Anatomy 101, Upper and Lower Body Mobility techniques, Movement Prep Design, as well as Recovery and Body Care Guidelines.
  • 80 pages dedicated to understanding your physiology; the joint, nervous system, and muscular demands of Strongman; how to identify your key opportunities to unlock range of motion; exercises to address restrictions; and how to put all of the pieces together with a systematic approach.
  • 41 Pages are dedicated to photos and execution cues of assessments and exercise techniques.
  • Inside you’ll also find guidelines on when to take a break, how to address Pain vs. Discomfort, when treatment is needed, and how to recover hard.

About the Authors


Fréyja Spence is a Health Coach with over 15 years of experience in pain management, injury prevention, fitness testing, pre & post-operative care and athletic development through strength training. Having studied Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph, she went on to work in Sports Clinics and education in health and fitness. She is the founder and owner of Move Daily. Her clients range from high performance athletes, to those needing injury-management solutions as well as desk jockeys simply seeking better health and ease of daily living.

Dain Wallis is now a full-time Coach with over a decade of experience in the sport of Strongman. A former athlete (5-time World Championship competitor

Additional information


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1 review for Mobility For The Unbreakable Strongman

  1. Laurie

    This is the most comprehensive book on mobility written specifically for strongman athletes that I’ve seen. It includes a series of assessments you can do to determine your own mobility levels, and a library of movements that you can work on to improve your own mobility in various aspects. This is a topic that is often neglected when it comes to strongman training, but can be a real benefit if you are trying to avoid injuries and be able to perform at your best.

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