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Wednesday, August 19, 7- 8:30 pm
Better Performance Through Mobility

Learn how to assess your body and how to improve your mobility to maximize the way you feel and perform.

Join us for an interactive class that will show you how to assess your body from head to toe and give you strategies to improve your mobility.

Mobility training focuses on strength and control through all ranges of motion and has direct carryover to coordination, control, and overall performance. This session will focus specifically on the mobility of the hips.


About Grady Caldwell

Grady played baseball life and was named to an all American team in college. Unfortunately, his baseball career came to an end after college. Like many student-athletes who complete their collegiate journey, the drive to train their minds and bodies doesn’t cease when their chosen sport and academics end. Grady continued to explore his own health and fitness while pursuing a career in Personal Training and Coaching. He developed a new passion for helping others become the best version of themselves through proper training and nutrition. Grady went on to obtain professional credentials from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM CPT), Precision Nutrition (Pn1), Functional Range Conditioning (FRCms), KINSTRETCH Level 1, Functional Range Assessment Specialist (FRAms) and United States Weightlifting (Sports Performance Coach).

Through his many years of training, Grady has come to learn many keys to success. Frequent quality movement, well-structured exercise programming, whole-food-based nutrition, and establishing a few key lifestyle habits are vital for long term consistency and success. He started Caldwell Training with the mission to educate and coach how to obtain your best health, fitness and performance through exercise, nutrition and lifestyle. He works with a wide range of clients from sports performance, to corporate executives wanting to be in optimal condition, the weekend warrior, and those looking to improve the way they look, feel, and move.

Grady is married to Kayla Caldwell, Red, #79. Grady played street hockey growing up and Kayla recently roped him into a season of coed ice hockey.

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