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Commit to some ankle mobility!

This is short and to the point. The ankle complex is notoriously stiff and can throttle your squat-potential! Instead of avoiding it and always looking for a work-around, fix your business.

It's simple, it's just not easy. You need to:

1) Assess

2) Mobilize

3) Re-assess/Load.

A video is worth a thousand words. Check this out:

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