When you mobilize, you should see observable, measurable, and repeatable improvements in your range of motion. That’s why we take a “Test/Re-Test” approach. 

Before you mobilize, we will often ask you to test your range of motion. And we always encourage you to do it on your own, even if you’re not prompted by the video. Then after you mobilize, you should re-test that same range of motion. We believe that if you can’t see or experience change, then you really didn’t change anything. It should be that obvious.

We understand this is an important question, though. So we’ve also provided a detailed assessment video in the member's area for your TRS Virtual Mobility Coach subscription.

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