“Movement isn’t about working hard. It’s about precision and clean movement mechanics.”
UpRight Movement is part of a world-wide community focusing on sound movement development and performance. Our purpose at UpRight Movement is to help you improve your performance in life, work, and sport – to feel, move and perform better.
We are not all professional athletes, but we all deserve to be supported as if we were because life has no off-season. The season is lifelong. UpRight Movement will provide you with an efficient means to achieve your desired results. Through our research and development we can create a program designed to assist you in achieving your goals, regardless of your background. Our sound principle-based systems are centered on the consistent practice of proper Mindset, Recovery, Nutrition/Hydration, and Movement.
Behavior + Genes + Environment = Fitness
“Fitness is the ability to consistently thrive and function within the demands of your environment.”
UpRight Movement is a developmental-based movement approach informed by functional anatomy, human biology and Newtonian physics. We believe these are the non-biased constructs and confines within which the human body operates. UpRight Movement is influenced by the injury rehabilitation and sports performance fields, bringing a seamlessly integrated approach that bridges the gap between rehabilitation and performance. The UpRight Movement program goals are to optimize human locomotion, health, and fitness (utilizing sound fundamental, transitional, and functional movement patterns balanced with recovery). All to help restore (fitness), as the ability to consistently thrive and function within the demands of your environment).
UpRight Movement views the following movement skills as the foundation of Human Movement and Performance:
Fundamental: Breathing, Gripping, Head-Eye Tracking, Reaching, Leg Raising, Supine, Rolling, Prone, Hip Flexion/Extension, Short Foot Posture.
Transitional: Quadruped, Rotary Stability, Trunk Stability, Crawling, Half Kneeling, Full Kneeling.
Functional: Lunging, Stepping, Squatting, Carrying, Gait, Skipping, Running, Deceleration, Acceleration, Jumping, and Hopping.
“Crossfit can kill you, I’ve always been completely honest about that.”
Crossfit is a strength and conditioning program consisting mainly of a mix of high-intensity interval training, calisthenics (body weight exercises), and Olympic weight lifting, plyometrics, powerlifting, strongman, and other exercises. A strength and conditioning program as “constantly varied functional movements executed at high intensity across broad time and modal domains,”with the stated goal of improving fitness, which it defines as “work capacity across broad time and modal domains.”
Crossfit Fundamental Exercises:
- Air Squat
- Front Squat
- Overhead Squat
- Shoulder Press
- Push Press
- Push Jerk
- Sumo Deadlift High Pull
- Medicine Ball Clean
UpRight Movement Fundamental Exercises:
- Horizontal/Vertical Pulls
- Turkish Get Up
The Nature and Prevalence of Injury During CrossFit Training. • 132 responses • 97 (73.5%) sustained an injury during CrossFit training • A total of 186 injuries were reported with 9 (7.0%) requiring surgical intervention.” • Injury rates similar to O-Lifting, power lifting & gymnastics Hak, PT, Hodzovic E and Hickey B, J Strength Cond Res. 2013 Nov 22.
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