Mobility Training

5.00 out of 5
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The Stretch Better, Recover Better, Move Better, Private Mobility Class

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Mobility Training

The Stretch Better, Recover Better, Move Better, Private Mobility Class

Mobility Training Sessions:

  • Private: One-on-One sessions that improve your mechanics, rehab injuries, and get you back in the gym faster.
  • Analyze: Test for fault patterns with Functional Movement Systems, Y-Balance Testing, Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), and Mobility WOD,
  • Strengthen: Target and correct muscle patterns.  We use isometrics and corrective exercises to facilitate this style of training.  We also employ Rocktape and kinetic taping to improve muscle engagement.  We formulate client-specific corrective exercises to help you build strength safely.
  • Mobilize: Unlock range of motion with joint distraction, scraping, and flossing (Voodoo Bands, etc.)
  • Stretch: Stretch using various techniques such as contract and release, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, FRC, Kinstretch, and various forms of Yoga
  • Restore: Treat the source of Pain through Scraping, Rolling, Kinetic Taping (Rocktape) and forms of myofascial release.
  • Prevent: Trace the pain or weakness to it’s source.  And that’s where we work, so that you can move and live better.


Mobility Training is generally available 6AM, 7AM, 5PM, 6PM, 7PM, and Saturday mornings. It’s not listed on our class schedule.


Mobility Training Packs are good for six months from date of purchase.

Mobility Training

Mobility Training sessions are designed according to these groupings. When reserving a mobility training session, be sure to let Paul know on Discord which type of Mobility Training session you would like.

  • Mobility Hips:
    • Groups: Quads, Hams, Glutes, Hip Flexors, Adductors, Abductors (groin), Internal and External Hip Rotators
    • Treats: hip impingement, hamstring strains, groin pain, weak glutes, tight hamstrings, knee pain (Baker’s cysts) etc.
  • Mobility Feet & Calves:
    • Groups: Calves, Shins, Ankles, Feet and Toes.
    • Treats: Shin Splints, tight ankles, foot pain, poor balance, etc.
  • Mobility Trunk:
    • Groups: Lower Back, Upper Back, Core, Chest, Obliques, Lats, Trunk Rotation
    • Treats: Back Pain, Tight Chest, Weak Core, Pelvic Floor Issues, etc.
  • Mobility Neck:
    • Groups: All Neck Muscles, Traps, and Lats.
    • Treats: Neck Pain and Poor Neck Mobility
  • Mobility Hands and Forearms:
    • Groups: Wrists, Biceps, Triceps, Hands, Fingers.
    • Treats: Tennis Elbow, Golfer Elbow, Wrist Pain, etc.
  • Mobility Shoulders:
    • Groups: Shoulders, Biceps, and Triceps
    • Treats: All Shoulder Injuries like Frozen Shoulder, Rotator Cuff Injuries, Shoulder Impingement, etc.

Physical Therapy vs Mobility Training

Physical Therapists are an excellent resource for training many of the above conditions. We are not physical therapists and we do not take insurance. We do not use any type of manual therapy techniques (like massage, acupuncture, etc.)

Rather, we take a wholesome approach and work on restoring the mind-muscle connection to decrease your pain. We utilize corrective exercise, specialized stretching, and self-guided myofascial release techniques to help you move better. Mobility Training is excellent for reducing pain, improving range of motion & flexibility, and building strength to prevent future injuries. With the right exercises and stretches, you’ll be able to move and perform better than ever before.

The Benefits of Increasing Mobility and Flexibility Exercise

Being fit means a lot of different things for different people — from being able to run a mile without stopping to being able to touch your toes, there are a lot of different levels of fitness. But one thing all people should work on is increasing their range of motion. Improving flexibility and strength is beneficial for people at all levels of fitness.

Looking to Improve Your Mobility through Corrective Exercise?

With the Sand & Steel Fitness Mobility and Muscle Therapy program, you’ll work with a personal trainer to not only improve your range of motion, but to reduce pain and strengthen your muscles. Working on your general mobility helps you move better, which can help loosen tight muscles. If you have tight, unused muscles, your joints can actually move into incorrect positions, causing further problems. And everyone can benefit from strengthening their muscles to allow them to move better and easier. So if you’re looking for a program that is focused on your wellbeing as a whole, consider our mobility program to better your overall health.

Test, Correct, and Retest

In Mobility Training, we’ll find where you are tight or your strength is limited and help you improve your range of motion.  Mobility Training helps corrects biomechanical weaknesses that lead to injury.  Through corrective exercise and partner stretching, we improve your stability, improve your range of motion, and repair your mind-muscle connection.

Tight Muscles Pull Joints into a Compromised Position.
Weak Muscles Allow Joints to Move into a Comprised Position.

In Mobility Training, we build you a mobility map and corrective exercise strategy to get your body moving better.  Whether it’s muscle pain in your neck, IT Band Pain from running, or lack of shoulder mobility from an injury, I’m going to help you move better.  Mobility is so much more than correcting movement or improving flexibility … it’s mobilizing stuck joint capsules, repairing sliding surface tension in your fascia, and helping your body move and perform better.

Improvements in Strength and Weight Loss Begin and End with Better Movement.

Breaking Down the Magic of Mobility

Every Injury is Important. Every Body Move Differently. Everyone has a different history. Yet, different as we are, all of us are designed to move the same way.  Having worked with over 1000 members over the past 10 years, coach Paul has boiled down his formula for helping you move better.

The Magic Of Mobility 5 Step Process

1 Address the Complaint:

All Mobility TuneUp Sessions start with a conversation.  Where does it hurt?  How Does it Hurt?  When does it hurt?

2 Find an Exercise or Pattern:

Find an exercise or pattern:

  • with limited motion;
  • that causes some pain;
  • that has less strength; or
  • that has less control.

3 Observe the Movement Fault:

Test and evaluate all the surrounding tissues up and down the chain of movement.

For example, does the right side of your neck hurt?  We might:

  • Check your pec minor for tightness;
  • Check your triceps for weakness;
  • Check your serratus for motor limitation.

4 Treat the Most Likely Suspect:

We treat the most likely suspect.  If it’s weak, we strengthen it.  If it’s down-regulated, we activate it.  If it’s tight, we stretch-it or mobilize it.

5 Retest your Pattern:

Does pain decrease?  Does the range of motion increase?  Does your form look better.  Do you have more control?  If it gets better, we do more of the same.  If it gets worse, try a different technique or go to your secondary suspect.

It’s Time to Start Moving Better

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4 reviews for Mobility Training

  1. 5 out of 5

    Angie G

    I chose to visit Sand and Steel when I realized that after a major surgery, I could not utilize my core like I could before. I was actually freaking out about it. I went to Paul and told him about my limitations. He designed a program for me and I worked out with Max for about 8 sessions. I loved the InBody machine that gave you a full body diagnosis. It was funny because it showed a high amount of inflammation. This of course was from the surgery but I found it interesting that it picked up on that. I liked working out with Max because he was sensitive to the fact that I was post-op but he also pushed me when he knew that I could handle it.
    I think that one of the most impressive aspects of Sand and Steel is how they handle their business on an administrative level, First of all they have an app that makes it very simple to schedule or cancel your appointments. It has extensive nutrition information and my favorite is the online store. Paul and Dawn are careful to choose the supplements and foods that are made with the highest performance ingredients.
    The facility is perfectly clean and equipped with every apparatus that you would possibly need for your workout. I highly recommend Sand and Steel.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Loren Wagner

    Sand and Steel Fitness has been great! I started working out with them two months ago and have loved every minute, except when the minute involved burpees. Every session starts on time and the staff are so kind, even the trainers with whom I haven’t worked. I just had shoulder surgery, so need to take some time off, but all exercises were modified for me and the trainers took their time to make sure that the exercises were working and that I was doing them correctly. I usually worked out with Max and he was great. Paul is also there to make sure I’m getting low enough in my squats! Overall it’s been a great experience and I’ve gained a lot of strength. I can’t wait for my shoulder to start healing and to start back up once more!!!

  3. 5 out of 5


    The Mobility and Muscle Therapy session was really helpful. Paul designed my first session to target my tight shoulders. The session included work on different rollers to loosen up muscles (which was uncomfortable at times) plus a series of stretches. Although it was difficult at points, I was amazed how loose my shoulders felt by the end of session. I can already see how these mobility sessions will help my overall movement. Thanks Paul!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Harris

    Hi 👋🏽 Can I just say.. I went to mobility lab yesterday & wow???
    I don’t do enough on my own, and I need to take stuff from the class and apply it on my own time. Definitely plan on going again 🤩

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