15 Jul Matthew Ibrahim – A Mobility Based Approach To Performance
(#129) Matthew Ibrahim is this week’s podcast guest and he’ll share his simple movement and mobility approach to performance training.
Matthew is a dynamic strength coach, movement teacher, writer, group leader and creator of Mobility-101.com which is an educational platform to help bridge the gap between rehabilitation and performance.
Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s show:
- How Matt’s journey as a strength coach has evolved
- The key learning he took away from his experience wtih Mike Boyle
- Defining mobility (and why it’s so important)
- What’s at the core of his training approach?
- Is there a paradigm shift in performance?
- Tools to assess movement and mobility
- His #1 tool for assessing movement
- How he approahces and “un-coaches” movement
- His favorite tool?
- Can we overdue mobility? When to turn it up or dial it back
- Insights on stretching – key considerations
- Understanding mobility in the thoracic spine
- The #1 thing he likes to address in the hip
- The 2 things he says most often to his clients
- His 2 big influences in the field
- How he approaches training
- His primary training goal right now (and future)
- How he defines “training success”
- The key to getting better as a coach
- How coaches can make more impact in the industry
- His biggest failure (and how it made him better)
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