Our friend Kadee Sweeney, celebrity master trainer, is sharing tips for increasing mobility. It’s a sure fire way to get the extra edge in your workout routine.
Runners tend to have tight quadriceps, hip flexors, calves, achilles and hips. But just because something is common doesnʼt mean you ignore it and pretend it doesnʼt exist until you get injured.
If you warm up, rest and recover properly, you wonʼt be dealing with those issues for much longer. Spending a few minutes before and after you run to focus on mobility is well worth it, trust me.
This warmup stretching series addresses all of the imbalances that runners often struggle with, helping to avoid any future injuries.
Kadee Sweeney is a celebrity master trainer and fitness model based in Dallas and Los Angeles. With a knack for noticing even the most subtle imbalances, Kadee teaches clients how to move intelligently, connect to smaller, more intrinsic muscle groups, and get muscle groups that are often neglected firing again. Through word of mouth, she has found herself working with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, music, sports, and even prestigious doctors over the years.
Kadee is thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of KadeeFit, a subscription website where anyone will be able to gain access to workouts that have been perfectly designed to address common issues and imbalances, as well as recovery segments and nutrition expertise on-demand.
Follow her on Instagram @kadeefit, and keep an eye out for the launch of kadeefit.com!