This post is an excerpt from the October 2018 Q&A with Mike Robertson.

Today many kids seem to be lacking in flexibility and mobility, should an extensive period of time be spent on trying to develop these skills?

Absolutely, we’ll always take the first 10 to 15 minutes to not only develop mobility and flexibility but also rhythm and coordination. And that should be the starting point, if a kid is lacking in these skills they have to be built first. Exercises you can use: various resets, some stretching, skipping, lunging, etc.

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