Stick Mobility is a training system that improves your flexibility, strength, and coordination.
The exercises combine joint mobilization, strength training, and active stretching using our custom-designed Training Sticks. The Training Sticks are flexible tools used to create leverage, stability, and body awareness to increase functional range of motion and muscle activation.
The Stick Mobility Training Sticks are designed for professional daily use in gyms and on the sports field. They are waterproof, easy to clean, and made in the USA. Each stick features two silicone rubber grips created for a secure hold in-hand and on-floor.
Our training system is based on the use of three sticks. There are specific exercises using two long sticks, single long, and short stick drills that allow you to work the entire body efficiently to help boost athletic performance, reduce risk of injury, and speed recovery.
2 x 6-FOOT STICKS
There are two bundle options to fit different height customers:
If you are under 5’10″ tall get the 6ft + 6ft + 4ft Stick Bundle.
If you are 5’10″ and taller get the 7ft + 7ft + 5ft Stick Bundle.
If you’d like to purchase just one or two sticks to start, get the 6-Foot Stick if you are under 5’10″ tall, and the 7-Foot Stick if you are 5’10” and taller.
As a guide, a single long stick allows access to approximately 50% of the exercises, two long sticks cover 75%.
Two long sticks are used to work both sides of the body at once and create force in different directions (contralateral exercises). These drills involve hanging, twisting, pushing, and pulling in opposing directions to challenge your bilateral coordination, help strengthen and balance the body’s kinetic chain, and can shorten workout time by working both sides of the body at once.
Two long sticks also provide added stability. Balance and stability work can be challenging for most people; extra stability allows the body and the central nervous system to learn to adapt to the new stimulus. Using two sticks adds extra support to practice more advanced drills before progressing to single-stick variations, add more stability for older clients, and aid those rehabbing from injuries.