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Core-Tex Ankle Mobility for Squats

Limited ankle mobility can be the difference between a well executed squat and significant stress on the lower back and knees.  After passive soft tissue work, (foam rolling, massage, percussion, etc.) we have to get active.  

This short, systematic routine using your Core-Tex dome off the base and then back on, can give you an entirely new route for ankle mobility gains and deeper squats.  

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