Overhead Mobility Program 


overhead mobility program
Overhead mobility has been the secret to my success in lifting weights and it's time for you too! 

It doesn't matter if you are PRO or beginner in Olympic weightlifting or CrossFit or just getting back on track after injury - this program will help to improve your Overhead Mobility.



Feel the results in 6 weeks


$39.00



*THIS IS A DIGITAL PRODUCT

 *NO PHYSICAL PRODUCT WILL BE SHIPPED

 About The Creator 

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My name is Oleksiy Torokhtiy and I’ve been involved with Olympic weightlifting for over 20 years. 


To create this program, I used my personal experience and the vast experience of my colleague Zina Bondarenko.


Zina's expertise in the field of sports rehabilitation made it possible to create this program. As an experienced therapist, she knows how important each step is for a successful recovery process and has helped many famous athletes like Alexander Usyk.




My name is Oleksiy Torokhtiy and I’ve been involved with Olympic weightlifting for over 20 years. 


To create this program, I used my personal experience and the vast experience of my colleague Zina Bondarenko.


Zina's expertise in the field of sports rehabilitation made it possible to create this program. As an experienced therapist, she knows how important each step is for a successful recovery process and has helped many famous athletes like Alexander Usyk.

shoulder mobility for crossfit

 Improve Your Mobility 

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snatch mobility

Overhead Mobility is a revolutionary six-week program built with simple, practical movements.


Each week, you'll progress through three 30-minute sessions that will help you realize your biggest limitations by targeting specific areas of improvement.

Overhead Mobility is a revolutionary six-week program built with simple, practical movements.


Each week, you'll progress through three 30-minute sessions that will help you realize your biggest limitations by targeting specific areas of improvement.

What's Included: 

overhead mobility for weightlifting




5 TESTS;


18 Workouts x 30 minutes each;


120 Video (graphic & voice instructions);


LifeTime Access.

5 TESTS;


18 Workouts x 30 minutes each;


120 Graphics & Voice Instructions;


LifeTime Access.

overhead mobility for weightlifting

 5 Specific Tests 

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The Overhead Mobility offer tests at the beginning, mid-way through and after your program is over to keep track of how you're doing! 


✓ Tests require no special equipment and can be done at home.


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The Overhead Mobility offer tests at the beginning, mid-way through and after your program is over to keep track of how you're doing! 


✓ Tests require no special equipment and can be done at home.

 Who Is It For

For Any Athlete Who Want To :
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🎯 Improve the upper body mobility for movements such as:


#Snatch  #OverheadSquat   #PushJerk   #SplitJerk;


🎯 Develop joint strength in the overhead position;


🎯 Gain freedom in your movements;


🎯 Feel confident during the workouts.

🎯 Improve the upper body mobility for movements such as:


#Snatch  #OverheadSquat   #PushJerk   #SplitJerk;


🎯 Develop joint strength in the overhead position;


🎯 Gain freedom in your movements;


🎯 Feel confident during the workouts.

overhead flexibility routine

 6 Weeks / 18 Workouts 

overhead mobility exercises
overhead mobility exercises


There's over 60 unique exercises designed to improve your overhead mobility.


The difference between winning and losing could be as little as your overhead mobility, so what are you waiting for?

There's over 60 unique exercises designed to improve your overhead shoulder mobility.


The difference between winning and losing could be as little as your overhead mobility, so what are you waiting for?



 Pricing 

overhead mobility for weightlifting

OVERHEAD MOBILITY

$39.00

overhead flexibility routine

OVERHEAD MOBILITY

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WL4CF

$59.00 $78.00

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OVERHEAD MOBILITY

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MALE 2.0

$59.00 $78.00

6-week training plan 


Workout Tutorial Videos


WL4CF


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MALE 2.0

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#LifeTime Access

overhead mobility for weightlifting

OVERHEAD MOBILITY

$39.00

overhead flexibility routine

OVERHEAD MOBILITY

+
WL4CF

$59.00

$78.00

mobility routine for lifters

OVERHEAD MOBILITY

+

MALE 2.0

$59.00

$78.00

6-week training plan

Workout Tutorial Videos


WL4CF

WL4CF


#LifeTime Access

The best way to learn more about the Mobility Program is to try it out. 

The First 3 workouts are for free.


Customer Reviews

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Dogan

OVERHEAD MOBILITY CYCLE

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Van Leo
OHMobility program everyone should do

I am very satisfied, my progression in OH positions is enormous, my over all posture is getting better… it’s is my progression secret now 🤗🤗

We're so happy to hear that you've seen such great progression since starting with our program. Your posture is getting better too- that's amazing! Keep up the good work!

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Felipe Romero Lopez
The program is good and easy to follow

… my only issue is what do you from the 6th week and on…

Felipe, We're glad to hear that you find it good and easy to follow. Our goal is always to provide a quality experience for our athletes.

As for the 6th week and on, we typically recommend continuing with the program as your supporting base! We hope this helps, and if you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Thank you again for choosing Torokhtiy!

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M M
Good

The exercises are great, but they assume you could do all the movements. I purchased this program to improve my overhead mobility because it needs much work. It would be good to have regressions or modifications for each exercise.

Thank you for your feedback! In future we will work on a video tutorial series that will show how to modify each exercise as needed.

if you have any questions about an exercise or need help modifying it, please don't hesitate to reach out to our support team at direct@torokhtiy.com.

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Chris
Good

Je recommande great program for best mobility

Questions? Look Here!

Who is the mobility routine for lifters best suited for? 

This overhead mobility program is best suited for those with very mild to no (0-2) shoulder pain ANYTHING related to overhead shoulder mobility deficits. People that have difficulty with overhead lifts (CrossFit & Olympic weightlifters) and individuals that want to improve their overhead mobility and stability! 

What equipment is needed?

Below you will find all of the recommended equipment for this overhead flexibility routine!

PVC pipe

Barbell

Plates 

Bench 

Rack

GHD

Small dumbbells

Rubber bands 

Mini bands


What amount of progress can I expect to see with this program?

It depends …on your age, training history, joint health, soft tissue quality, commitment to the program, consistency and countless other factors. However, there are some similar themes for most people who complete this program.

One, you will likely see some immediate improvements in freedom, positions and snatch mobility.


How long do I have access to this mobility routine for lifters?

How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to the overhead mobility exercises for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.

What if I have more questions about overhead mobility for weightlifting?

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Why is overhead mobility important in weightlifting?

The shoulder joint is the most mobile in the human body. The shoulder is designed as a "ball in the joint" and is sized along with the prominent muscles of the rotator cuff of the thigh. The shoulder has the ability to move with a turn of 180 º.

Many exercises in Olympic weightlifting involve rotation of the shoulder joint and fixation of the bar above the head. For example, the specific snatch mobility movements are quite stressful for the shoulder. Exercises like snatch and jerk put more pressure on the shoulder joint, raising the possibility of damage in case of irregular shape or mobility.

Unwanted compensation

Lack of overhead shoulder mobility can cause compensation in athlete technique, which can lead to injury or overload of other muscles and joints. In addition, the lack of mobility above in overhead position can lead to pain in the neck or shoulder joint. Staying mobile is important for any sport, exercise that involves overhead movement.

What causes the lack of mobility of the shoulders in overhead position?

The lack of mobility in the shoulder joint in overhead position may be due to numerous factors, an increase in the level of tension in the muscle itself, or insufficient mobility in the thoracic spine (upper back). Stretching and overhead mobility exercises help to improve the thoracic spine and upper limbs movement quality. This routine must also be part of any warm-up and activation program.

Let's examine the fundamental exercise, the military press. All weightlifters and crossfitters do this regularly. But are they really doing it right? A lot of athletes arch lower back when they raise their arms above their heads due to tension in the upper back and shoulders.

It is a way for a human body to determine the ROM required to complete a movement. If any body area isn't working properly, the other will make up for whatever movement you're trying to make possible. We refer to this as a false ROM.

Over time, stiff shoulders can lead to major issues. Your shoulders can be in jeopardy and more vulnerable to damage. Or it could have an impact on the part of the athlete's body that is required to make up for it. That is why shoulder mobility for crossfit is a priority due to a big variety of strength, gymnastic and body weight drills of their training program arsenal.

How did the overhead mobility work out successfully?

It is important to strike a balance between mobility and stability in the shoulder joint. Mobility routine for lifters should be combined with exercises to increase the strength of the shoulder joint.

Overhead mobility program exercises are effective in achieving greater range of motion. Improvements in ROM will not be permanent unless the athlete's body learns to activate and use the muscles in the new range of motion.

What are shoulder stabilizers?

In addition to stretching, it is important to strengthen the stabilizing muscles of the shoulder.

There are two main muscle groups of the shoulder stabilizers:

Rotator cuff muscle group

This muscle group acts like a suction cup, helping to hold the humerus tightly in the shoulder joint. They are also responsible for the internal and external rotation of your shoulder.

Stabilizers of the scapula 

All movements of the shoulder involve the coordinated movement of the shoulder blade. Strong scapular stabilizer muscles help improve overall shoulder health. 

How to test your shoulder mobility?

Although many athletes report that the shoulders are working correctly, it's nevertheless a good idea to periodically check their mobility. There are many different tests to check the mobility of the shoulder joints in different planes of motion.

Here are two simple ones to check the shoulder's range of motion.

Test 1. Shoulder external/internal rotation

Starting position: Sitting position on a bench, straight back, core muscles are tight, shoulders lowered and relaxed. Put the back of the left wrist on the lower back and the palm of the right hand on the back of the head. Keep your torso tense (do not bend your lower back), try to move your hands closer. Mobility is considered good if the distance between the hands is a fist or less. The test must be performed on both sides.

Test 2. Flexion of the shoulder

Starting position: lying on your back on a bench or on the floor, legs bent at the knees, feet on the bench / floor. The trunk is tight, the lower back is pressed to the bench / floor. With a straight elbow and palm inward, raise the left arm and bring it behind the head until the palm touches the bench/floor. Run for each arm. If the lifter performs the two-arm test without arching the back, the test is passed.

What to do if there is a restriction of mobility? First of all, if there is pain when performing movements, it is necessary to consult a physiotherapist or doctor.

If it's just a problem of mobility and range of motion limitations that seems to be affecting your athletic skills or weightlifting technique, you need to improve overhead mobility systematically and consistently to develop the quality of movement and health of your shoulder joints.