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Functional Range Conditioning and Kinstretch for Better Mobility and Living Pain Free w/ Frank Duffy, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #404

In this episode of Barbell Shrugged, Frank Duffy explains how Functional Range Conditioning and Kinstretch can help you increase your mobility and live pain free.

Frank Duffy is a Co-Founder of Par Four Performance, and Head Coordinator of Strength Camps at Cressey Sports Performance in Hudson, Massachusetts. Everyday, Duffy trains individuals that have their own unique background, from a training, desired goal, and injury history perspective. Duffy firmly believes that in order to achieve your goals, we need to keep ourselves healthy. Whether your goal is to shoot under 80 on the golf course, or play with your kids pain-free, it all starts with an educated approach to training.

Minute Breakdown:

0-10 – What is Functional Range Conditioning and Kinstretch

11-20 – The history of FRC

21-30 – Finding big rocks and segmenting the spine

31-40 – Scaling intensity in mobility

41-50 – Adding flowing movement to mobility

51 -60 – Soft tissue work, throwing, and power

61 -70 – Creating tension for mobility

71 -80 – Is the phone actually killing us

81 -90 – Finding seminars and sport specific continuing education

91 -100 – Creating buy in with athletes

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Frank Duffy at Par Four Performance


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