[igp-video src="" poster="http://centralathlete.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Although-objectivity-in-and-training-plan-should-be-at-the-forefront-of-the-decision-making-process-.jpg" size="large"] Although objectivity in and training plan should be at the forefront of the decision making process, it is also important to have subjective measure as well that guide the plan. How are you feeling? Tell me about what you experienced in that conditioning set? Do you shoulders feel tight or loose? This picture is about 6 months of focused, consistent mobility work. We gathered no data during the testing period, merely a "before" picture. As you can tell, there were some pretty noticeable changes. We posit that this individual will be able to not only hold handstands for longer in a better position, but also his overhead strength will increase while minimizing injury risk. Are you consistently addressing your mobility limitations to increase your performance?