Our philosophy is simple: Follow the 4 T.O.P Principles to maintain a healthy musculoskeletal system for life. The body was designed to move, move often, then recover — the more often this cycle is repeated, the more resilient it becomes and the longer you can maintain an active lifestyle.
Improve joint strength and health.
Always prepare muscles and joints for activity, and incorporate mobility training into your routine to improve flexibility and strength.
Move throughout the day.
Don't rely solely on your scheduled workouts during the week. Make a conscious effort to get up and move around each day.
Support the adaption process.
Recovery is the key to helping your muscles and tissue build resilience and strength. This includes mobility training, tissue work, proper sleep, and more.
Maintain the first 3 Principles.
This will help you mitigate injury risk, perform at a high level, recovery faster, and build resilience.
If 1 of these 4 principles is missing, the body compensates and stresses the system — this leads to imbalances, restrictions, or injury.
View our Video Library of mobility & recovery drills to help you integrate the 4 T.O.P Principles into your daily life.
We created The Mobi Tool to empower people to help integrate the T.O.P Principles into their routine at home, in the gym, or on-the-go. It is the only tool you need for full-body mobility and recovery work.
"I can't stop finding ways to use this thing. The design makes hard to reach areas accessible and easy to apply serious pressure with minimal effort." — Craig D. (Gym Owner & OCR Athlete)
Dr. Ross, DC, C.S.C.S., is a Doctor of Chiropractic and Strength and Conditioning Coach. He specializes in soft tissue work (Active Release) and muscle activation to improve athlete health and performance.
Dr. Ross was a two-time member of the US National Bobsled Team (and later the Official Team Chiropractor), Team Chiropractor at the 2010 Winter Olympics, and continues to train and treat elite athletes from around the world including Olympians and NFL players.
Dr. Ross is a graduate of Hillsdale College with a double major in Biology and Health & Physical Education. He attended on football and track scholarships.
Eric is a fitness enthusiast that specializes in product development and operations. He focuses on engaging with athletes to understand their unique needs and challenges to help develop new products and services.
Eric is an avid triathlete, soccer player, and adventurer that loves the outdoors. He is a graduate of Michigan State University with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Marketing.
Tom is a Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist, who also holds his CrossFit Level 1 & Level 2 Coaching Certificates as well as his USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coaching certification.
Tom has been coaching CrossFit and Olympic Weightlifting since 2012 and mobility clinics since 2017. He focuses on mobility issues and movement patterns to keep athletes active for the rest of their lives, not just short-term relief.
"If you are looking to learn more about mobility technique, muscle imbalances, and so much more, you owe it to yourself and/or your athletes to give this a shot" — Brad H.
"I've been dealing with and treated for pain, numbness, and tingling in my shoulder, lat, and down my arm for a year now. The morning after the mobility clinic was the first time I did not wake up with pain/numbness in months!! Thank you" — Jennie S.
"Mobility is a priority for my active lifestyle. My career depends on my body (specifically my shoulders!) being healthy, which is why I wanted to take this mobility clinic. Coach Tom packed so much valuable and easy to understand information into an efficient two hours. Well worth both the time and financial investment" — Dr. Osmer