The Ready State Virtual Mobility Coach is like having a virtual Kelly Starrett in your pocket.
An older member at my box (64 years old) has just been diagnosed with pseudogout which affects his knee and ankle (recurring sharp pain and limited mobility). I am hesitating in recommending any rolling or flossing because I am at a loss on what the effects of these might be. He has stopped any kind of plyometrics (box jumps etc), but can someone give me some guidance on the “routine maintenance” that he should engage in, and if these methods are safe?
Thank you Travis, I will give it a try, and I appreciate the suggestions.