Invented only two years ago, Stick Mobility has taken the strength and conditioning community by storm. Currently being utilized by Strength Coaches for USC, Philadelphia 76ers, and WWE Performers, the Sticks are changing the way people think about mobility training. Mobility training is about creating a proper function in the joints and connective tissue of the human body. Limitations in mobility can be precursors to pain, discomfort, and injury. The thought of “normal aches and pains” is incorrect as pain is the body’s way of telling you something is wrong. Mobility training incorporates stability, flexibility, and strength. It’s not just stretching but instead, stretching and then creating strength at the end range of the stretch to better teach the body not just to be able to reach a new range of motion but instead, be strong there as well. Strength begets resiliency and a resilient body is a pain-free body. Stick Mobility founders Neal Valera, Mitch Taylor, and Dennis Dunphy had an idea how to take Mobility training to the next level. Dowels or Rods have traditionally been used to create more intensity in mobility training; however PVC pipe easily breaks with too much tension on it, and wood rods or dowels are too strong and push back on the client or athlete, limiting progression. Stick Mobility is composed of a pvc/fiber glass composite. This allows for the sticks to be added to traditional mobility and flexibility drills. The system utilizes the Mobility Stick to improve range of motion, muscle activation, coordination, and body awareness to build a strong foundation for enhanced movement.