And while it’s an essential component to understand, many coaches get caught up in the idea that “bigger is better” and subsequently strive for a larger ROM on every single drill.
But there’s a problem…
A Bigger Range of Motion Isn’t Always Better
To illustrate exactly why a bigger range of motion isn’t always better (and is often even dangerous), I recorded the brief video below.
Your Take Away
A bigger range of motion isn’t always better.
If you’re creating a bigger range through useless and possibly even dangerous movement, you’re simply wasting time and energy.
So instead of blindly focusing on using a larger ROM, focus on using the right muscles to generate a sufficient training effect and whatever range that requires.
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