© mostmotion® 2017

© mostmotion® 2017

Access to the entire video library

Deal with those little niggles as SOON as they happen. Simply browse the extensive video library for something suitable and press play! All the Wiggle Class movements are pain-free so there’s no fear of choosing the wrong one or even doing it wrong!

Access to the entire video library

Deal with those little niggles as SOON as they happen. Simply browse the extensive video library for something suitable and press play! All the Wiggle Class movements are pain-free so there’s no fear of choosing the wrong one or even doing it wrong!

Mastermind Q&A

Our extensive Q&A area will answer any questions you have and perhaps even some you didn’t think of! If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for though, just ask, I'll help you fix your injuries around the answer!

Mastermind Q&A

Our extensive Q&A area will answer any questions you have and perhaps even some you didn’t think of! If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for though, just ask, I'll help you fix your injuries around the answer!

Member Spotlight

Struggling to shift a niggle? Take your turn in the spotlight to get a FREE consultation, have a fully customised plan developed exclusively for you AND a class recorded to deal with your issues (where applicable)

Member Spotlight

Struggling to shift a niggle? Take your turn in the spotlight to get a FREE consultation, have a fully customised plan developed exclusively for you AND a class recorded to deal with your issues (where applicable)

Ready made solutions for your injuries

Know your problem? Simply choose the starter guide that suits your issue to know which classes to get started with. Each class is fully customisable to you and your needs ensuring you’ll NEVER get an off the shelf solution to your problems

Ready made solutions for your injuries

Know your problem? Simply choose the starter guide that suits your issue to know which classes to get started with. Each class is fully customisable to you and your needs ensuring you’ll NEVER get an off the shelf solution to your problems

The mobility video class that reveals how to fix your own injuries AND prevent new ones in just 15 minutes!

The mobility video class that reveals how to fix your own injuries AND prevent new ones in just 15 minutes!

Wiggle Class is the pain-free, easy to follow along mobility class that'll have you back to training in no time!

By putting nature and your natural reactions front and centre, we can fast-track your progress, leaving other mobility methods trailing!

Developed by an experienced Muscle Tightness Specialist, these classes are at the cutting edge of injury management and prevention and are designed to give YOU to power to fix your own injuries!

Forget uncomfortable static positions, forget painful foam rollers and lacrosse balls. Wiggling will leave you feeling looser and refreshed in just a few minutes! It's so simple, it's child's play!

Wiggle Class is the pain-free, easy to follow along mobility class that'll have you back to training in no time!

By putting nature and your natural reactions front and centre, we can fast-track your progress, leaving other mobility methods trailing!

Developed by an experienced Muscle Tightness Specialist, these classes are at the cutting edge of injury management and prevention and are designed to give YOU to power to fix your own injuries!

Forget uncomfortable static positions, forget painful foam rollers and lacrosse balls. Wiggling will leave you feeling looser and refreshed in just a few minutes! It's so simple, it's child's play!

What your membership includes:

What your membership includes:

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Wiggle Class designed for?

The movements that Wiggle Class is built on are designed for anyone involved in sport & fitness who wants to fix their own injuries, prevent new ones and improve performance. Successful WIgglers range in age from teenagers right through to the young at heart!

Who is Wiggle Class designed for?

The movements that Wiggle Class is built on are designed for anyone involved in sport & fitness who wants to fix their own injuries, prevent new ones and improve performance. Successful WIgglers range in age from teenagers right through to the young at heart!

How is it different from Foam Rolling?

Ok, now we're talking differences! Foam Rolling is painful, time consuming, symptom chasing and you need to put strain through other joints just to get into an appropriate position! Wiggle Class is NONE of that!

You don't need any equipment, a huge amount of space and you won't experience pain at anytime during your Wiggling!

It's so easy, you can do it while you're waiting for the kettle to boil, cleaning your teeth or even standing in a checkout queue!

How is it different from Foam Rolling?

Ok, now we're talking differences! Foam Rolling is painful, time consuming, symptom chasing and you need to put strain through other joints just to get into an appropriate position! Wiggle Class is NONE of that!

You don't need any equipment, a huge amount of space and you won't experience pain at anytime during your Wiggling!

It's so easy, you can do it while you're waiting for the kettle to boil, cleaning your teeth or even standing in a checkout queue!

How is it different from Yoga?

Depending on the style of Yoga you choose, Wiggle Class can vary widely from it. Many forms of Yoga are slow in pace - so is Wiggle Class, but that's about where the similarities end. You may recognise some of the movements in Wiggle Class that have been adapted from Yoga poses but it's how they are performed that's vastly different.

There's no focus on correct alignment in Wiggle Class, or on being in the correct position. We focus on creating a constant, slow paced movement in many different directions and you are actively encouraged to find your own areas of tightness - so there's no such thing as right or wrong, because everybody's body is different.

Many Wiggle Class members enjoy both, using Wiggle Class to fix their injuries and Yoga to practice a kind of moving meditation and many more benefits that Yoga brings!

How is it different from Yoga?

Depending on the style of Yoga you choose, Wiggle Class can vary widely from it. Many forms of Yoga are slow in pace - so is Wiggle Class, but that's about where the similarities end. You may recognise some of the movements in Wiggle Class that have been adapted from Yoga poses but it's how they are performed that's vastly different.

There's no focus on correct alignment in Wiggle Class, or on being in the correct position. We focus on creating a constant, slow paced movement in many different directions and you are actively encouraged to find your own areas of tightness - so there's no such thing as right or wrong, because everybody's body is different.

Many Wiggle Class members enjoy both, using Wiggle Class to fix their injuries and Yoga to practice a kind of moving meditation and many more benefits that Yoga brings!

Why is it a membership? Can't I just buy the bits I need?

Many sports and fitness enthusiasts develop a niggly injury and draw the logical conclusion that the pain must be where the problem is - but that's not true!

Here at mostmotion® (Wiggle Class HQ), we're dedicated to helping you to get rid of your injuries for good, which won't happen if you only deal with the areas where the pain is.

Setting it up as a membership allows you access to everything you'll ever need to fixing your own issues, wherever they may be coming from!

You may also experience what we like to call "adjustment pains" which are those areas that didn't previously appear to have any problems, but as you start unravelling your tightnesses, they may develop for a short time as your movement changes. These reveal important clues as to the location of the real cause of your issues and we want you to have immediate access to the solutions!

In addition, inside the membership you'll be able to ask experienced therapists any questions you may have about your issues at no extra cost!

Why is it a membership? Can't I just buy the bits I need?

Many sports and fitness enthusiasts develop a niggly injury and draw the logical conclusion that the pain must be where the problem is - but that's not true!

Here at mostmotion® (Wiggle Class HQ), we're dedicated to helping you to get rid of your injuries for good, which won't happen if you only deal with the areas where the pain is.

Setting it up as a membership allows you access to everything you'll ever need to fixing your own issues, wherever they may be coming from!

You may also experience what we like to call "adjustment pains" which are those areas that didn't previously appear to have any problems, but as you start unravelling your tightnesses, they may develop for a short time as your movement changes. These reveal important clues as to the location of the real cause of your issues and we want you to have immediate access to the solutions!

In addition, inside the membership you'll be able to ask experienced therapists any questions you may have about your issues at no extra cost!

Don't I need an assessment first?

No. Part of the beauty of Wiggling is that whatever state your body is in, you are in full control. Because it's pain-free we're not pushing the body to do something that will make it worse, or make it protect the existing issue more.

Of course, assessments are great at pinpointing the most appropriate place to start from which can save time, but they're not necessary to get you started 

Don't I need an assessment first?

No. Part of the beauty of Wiggling is that whatever state your body is in, you are in full control. Because it's pain-free we're not pushing the body to do something that will make it worse, or make it protect the existing issue more.

Of course, assessments are great at pinpointing the most appropriate place to start from which can save time, but they're not necessary to get you started 

How do I know where to start?

If you're struggling with an existing problem that you know the name of, inside the membership you'll find plans of classes to deal with that particular issue. The library of resources is growing all the time, so if you don't see one for your issue, you can simply ask! You'll get a plan to get started with within 24 hours (Mon-Fri) and you'll be helping to build the resources too!

How do I know where to start?

If you're struggling with an existing problem that you know the name of, inside the membership you'll find plans of classes to deal with that particular issue. The library of resources is growing all the time, so if you don't see one for your issue, you can simply ask! You'll get a plan to get started with within 24 hours (Mon-Fri) and you'll be helping to build the resources too!

What happens if I want to cancel?

If you decide that you've fixed the problem you needed help with, or that Wiggle Class is not for you, you can simply cancel your payments and your access with be withdrawn immediately. No giving notice, no being held into a contract, you're free to leave whenever you like - but obviously, we hope you love it and want to stay! Besides, even if you did decide to leave us, although we'd miss you terribly, you'd always be welcome to come back!

What happens if I want to cancel?

If you decide that you've fixed the problem you needed help with, or that Wiggle Class is not for you, you can simply cancel your payments and your access with be withdrawn immediately. No giving notice, no being held into a contract, you're free to leave whenever you like - but obviously, we hope you love it and want to stay! Besides, even if you did decide to leave us, although we'd miss you terribly, you'd always be welcome to come back!

Here's what Wiggle Class members have to say...

Here's what Wiggle Class members have to say...

I can't believe how much stronger I feel, also not sure how it's come about but my run sessions are quicker! Hope it translates when I do a race!

          - Cora, triathlon

I can't believe how much stronger I feel, also not sure how it's come about but my run sessions are quicker! Hope it translates when I do a race!

          - Cora, triathlon

Amazing feeling of freedom in lower back

          - Jayne, triathlon

Amazing feeling of freedom in lower back

          - Jayne, triathlon

I am amazed how effective these movements are! I really like the description of what is happening to the joints and muscles as you go through it

          - Rachel, triathlon

I am amazed how effective these movements are! I really like the description of what is happening to the joints and muscles as you go through it

          - Rachel, triathlon

I've got a long way to go in undoing years of tightness but I can feel Wiggling working and and I'm astonished at the tightnesses I'm feeling in places you wouldn't have thought about. Sore big toe today! - Lisa, running & CrossFit

I've got a long way to go in undoing years of tightness but I can feel Wiggling working and and I'm astonished at the tightnesses I'm feeling in places you wouldn't have thought about. Sore big toe today! - Lisa, running & CrossFit

How is Wiggle Class delivered?

Each class is a pre-recorded video that is available for you to watch whenever you're ready, giving you the ultimate flexibility. There's no timetable to stick to, no travelling and no fighting to be at the back of the class! All you need to get started with your classes is an internet connection and enough space to lay down in (that's the maximum amount of space you'll need).

How is Wiggle Class delivered?

Each class is a pre-recorded video that is available for you to watch whenever you're ready, giving you the ultimate flexibility. There's no timetable to stick to, no travelling and no fighting to be at the back of the class! All you need to get started with your classes is an internet connection and enough space to lay down in (that's the maximum amount of space you'll need).

ATTENTION: TRIATHLETES WHO HAVE NAGGING INJURIES

ATTENTION: TRIATHLETES WHO HAVE NAGGING INJURIES

Can Unconventional Mobility Methods Remove Your Pain and Prevent More Injury in Just 15 Minutes?

Can Unconventional Mobility Methods Remove Your Pain and Prevent More Injury in Just 15 Minutes?

Don't suffer the frustration of interrupted training and mediocre race performances -  fix your injuries for yourself AND prevent new ones with ridiculously simple to do movements!

Don't suffer the frustration of interrupted training and mediocre race performances -  fix your injuries for yourself AND prevent new ones with ridiculously simple to do movements!

If you're like most triathletes, you;

  •  don’t want to spend hours on a foam roller
  • don't enjoy yoga much either
  • know you need mobility work, but you don’t really want to…

If you're like most triathletes, you;

  •  don’t want to spend hours on a foam roller
  • don't enjoy yoga much either
  • know you need mobility work, but you don’t really want to…

At first I wasn't really bought into the whole Wiggling thing. A friend of mine suggested it but I was happy with my yoga/static & dynamic stretching so why would I need to Wiggle? But just 10-15 minutes of Wiggling before and after training helped me to train consistently and put maximum effort into each session. As a result I've qualified and raced for Great Britain and I will be doing the same again next year! 

I was reluctant to change my routine at first but would not change my wiggling now! It's part of my daily training schedule          - Barry, GB Age Group Representative

At first I wasn't really bought into the whole Wiggling thing. A friend of mine suggested it but I was happy with my yoga/static & dynamic stretching so why would I need to Wiggle? But just 10-15 minutes of Wiggling before and after training helped me to train consistently and put maximum effort into each session. As a result I've qualified and raced for Great Britain and I will be doing the same again next year! 

I was reluctant to change my routine at first but would not change my wiggling now! It's part of my daily training schedule          - Barry, GB Age Group Representative

Why Science Is Killing Our Sporting Performance

There’s a pattern that’s been forming for athletes all over the world for many years now, and it’s what I like to call the persistent injury merry-go-round, because once you get on, the only way to get off is to stop.

You start off in your sport by enjoying a period of good training, you might even get to do a race or two. Then you get injured and you go through a period of rehab so you can get back to training. You’ll then enjoy a period of good training, until injury strikes again. It might be the same injury, or something seemingly unrelated, but it’ll happen – that, I can guarantee - and the more often you go through the cycle, the shorter your period of good training.

How do I know?

Swimming, cycling and running are very repetitive, one directional (forwards) movements. Despite the fact that our bodies are capable of far more complicated movements than this, we get laser focused on moving in this one direction. We’ll even add supplementary activities like strength training in to try and help us get better at it – but that has us working in this one direction too (squats, deadlifts, push ups, pull ups anyone?)!

All you want to do is swim, bike and run and that’s great…but you won’t be doing much of that when injury strikes.

So what can you do to remedy the problem?

You may have tried things like:

  • Spending hours on a foam roller
  • Yoga, but it's too hard, too uncomfortable, or you just can’t fit it into your schedule 
  • Spending hundreds of pounds on seeing many different types of therapists

You know you SHOULD do some mobility work, but you secretly hate it…and you’re still having to manage that same old injury you’ve had for years. 

You’re caught in the perpetual cycle of feeling great, getting injured and going through rehab and you wish there was something easier and less time consuming that would bring faster results, but science has you chasing an "ideal" way of moving and believing that your movement can be improved by teaching your body to move "better".

But here's the problem...

Bodies don't move badly on purpose!

Keeping the language negative and making you feel like you are moving “wrong” is one simple way for the fitness industry to sell you coaching, classes, injury management and much more, leading you to believe that you need to be taught how to move correctly. But your body has an in-built safety mechanism and will make you avoid movements that it perceives as being unsafe, so if your knees don’t track outwards during your squat, it’s because your body cannot move there, or because moving in that manner is likely to lead to injury.

Trying to force this change will simply lead to other muscles fatiguing quicker, and to the injury of those muscles rather than the ones you were attempting to protect.

Foam rollers, resistance bands and weights are all forms of forcing your body to be better. Even physical therapies attempt to make your body function in an “ideal” way.

It’s this “ideal” that causes most people to still be injured despite their efforts at mobility training…

Mobility Training CAUSES Injury

Most people fall into these classic mobility traps that can quickly lead to more problems. 

The first and most common trap is that other mobility methods require you to have at least a basic understanding of how your body works to make those methods useful.

When individuals who don’t know anything about anatomy or their own bodies start using these methods, injury can occur if the joint is being encouraged into a position that is not suitable for that individual. 

Simply by copying others, how do you know that the positioning is even appropriate for you? Do you know how and where your body is stuck? Or even if the area you’re working on is the cause of your issues?

Add this lack of knowledge to the athlete’s predisposition to thinking that faster or harder is better and you’re storing up trouble!

“No pain no gain” is the WORST mantra when it comes to improving movement!

The final trap that most people fall into is doing their mobility training immediately before training.

It’s not that the mobility training itself is always the issue, just that the tissue that has been stuck for many years is suddenly more mobile and then immediately required to tolerate the demands of a regular training session!

In most cases the tissue has neither the strength or resilience to cope, creating pain and/or injury.

 

The TRUTH Behind ALL Injuries (know this and you’ll never be injured again)

All technique issues are 100% mobility problems, so to improve technique in a lasting manner, mobility must be improved.

It doesn’t matter to me that your knees cave in when you run, or you can’t get a high elbow in your swim, what matters is WHY you can’t achieve those positions.

It also doesn’t matter how many different injuries you can name, or how many of them you’ve had, there’s one thing that either causes, or contributes to them all…

… Muscle Tightness.

If you haven’t been involved in some sort of impact or collision that forced your bones to break, then muscle tightness is either the sole cause or the primary contributing factor in your injury.

Your injury could be described as an ‘itis’ (such as plantar fasciitis or Achilles tendinitis), a ‘syndrome’ (such as carpal tunnel syndrome), a joint dislocation or even a joint replacement. You may have torn a tendon or ligament, or even just pulled a muscle, call it whatever you like, it started life as muscle tightness.

That’s why reducing muscle tightness is the only way for you to get rid of your injuries for good!

 

Experience the unique brilliance of Wiggling

In a moment I’m going to invite you to follow along with me doing some of these simple movements that my athletes nicknamed "Wiggling" and experience for yourself how powerful 5 minutes of gentle movement can really be, but first I’d like you to consider this…

Imagine that you have found a new way of training that allows you to develop your technique to the highest level possible. You always get maximum effect from your movements. You are effortlessly floating along the track or through the water. You feel like you are flying and you could go on forever. 

Imagine that despite any injury you may have, you get your mobility back – in weeks, not months – and that your body is naturally protecting itself from new injuries. Imagine that you are completely free from pain and restrictions. Your technique, speed and stamina are at their peak – and stay there.

Can you imagine that you would come away from your training sessions feeling like you had fun, worked hard and energised?

What would that do to your performance?

It’s THIS type of training that helped Barry Maskell qualify to represent Great Britain in his age group at the World Triathlon Championships in 2016 & 2017

And it’s the same type of training that helped Matt Heaton, a Canadian International rugby player go more than 3 years without injury.

 

It’s all about letting your body move in the way it naturally wants to... 

Why Science Is Killing Our Sporting Performance

There’s a pattern that’s been forming for athletes all over the world for many years now, and it’s what I like to call the persistent injury merry-go-round, because once you get on, the only way to get off is to stop.

You start off in your sport by enjoying a period of good training, you might even get to do a race or two. Then you get injured and you go through a period of rehab so you can get back to training. You’ll then enjoy a period of good training, until injury strikes again. It might be the same injury, or something seemingly unrelated, but it’ll happen – that, I can guarantee - and the more often you go through the cycle, the shorter your period of good training.

How do I know?

Swimming, cycling and running are very repetitive, one directional (forwards) movements. Despite the fact that our bodies are capable of far more complicated movements than this, we get laser focused on moving in this one direction. We’ll even add supplementary activities like strength training in to try and help us get better at it – but that has us working in this one direction too (squats, deadlifts, push ups, pull ups anyone?)!

All you want to do is swim, bike and run and that’s great…but you won’t be doing much of that when injury strikes.

So what can you do to remedy the problem?

You may have tried things like:

  • Spending hours on a foam roller
  • Yoga, but it's too hard, too uncomfortable, or you just can’t fit it into your schedule 
  • Spending hundreds of pounds on seeing many different types of therapists

You know you SHOULD do some mobility work, but you secretly hate it…and you’re still having to manage that same old injury you’ve had for years. 

You’re caught in the perpetual cycle of feeling great, getting injured and going through rehab and you wish there was something easier and less time consuming that would bring faster results, but science has you chasing an "ideal" way of moving and believing that your movement can be improved by teaching your body to move "better".

But here's the problem...

Bodies don't move badly on purpose!

Keeping the language negative and making you feel like you are moving “wrong” is one simple way for the fitness industry to sell you coaching, classes, injury management and much more, leading you to believe that you need to be taught how to move correctly. But your body has an in-built safety mechanism and will make you avoid movements that it perceives as being unsafe, so if your knees don’t track outwards during your squat, it’s because your body cannot move there, or because moving in that manner is likely to lead to injury.

Trying to force this change will simply lead to other muscles fatiguing quicker, and to the injury of those muscles rather than the ones you were attempting to protect.

Foam rollers, resistance bands and weights are all forms of forcing your body to be better. Even physical therapies attempt to make your body function in an “ideal” way.

It’s this “ideal” that causes most people to still be injured despite their efforts at mobility training…

Mobility Training CAUSES Injury

Most people fall into these classic mobility traps that can quickly lead to more problems. 

The first and most common trap is that other mobility methods require you to have at least a basic understanding of how your body works to make those methods useful.

When individuals who don’t know anything about anatomy or their own bodies start using these methods, injury can occur if the joint is being encouraged into a position that is not suitable for that individual. 

Simply by copying others, how do you know that the positioning is even appropriate for you? Do you know how and where your body is stuck? Or even if the area you’re working on is the cause of your issues?

Add this lack of knowledge to the athlete’s predisposition to thinking that faster or harder is better and you’re storing up trouble!

“No pain no gain” is the WORST mantra when it comes to improving movement!

The final trap that most people fall into is doing their mobility training immediately before training.

It’s not that the mobility training itself is always the issue, just that the tissue that has been stuck for many years is suddenly more mobile and then immediately required to tolerate the demands of a regular training session!

In most cases the tissue has neither the strength or resilience to cope, creating pain and/or injury.

 

The TRUTH Behind ALL Injuries (know this and you’ll never be injured again)

All technique issues are 100% mobility problems, so to improve technique in a lasting manner, mobility must be improved.

It doesn’t matter to me that your knees cave in when you run, or you can’t get a high elbow in your swim, what matters is WHY you can’t achieve those positions.

It also doesn’t matter how many different injuries you can name, or how many of them you’ve had, there’s one thing that either causes, or contributes to them all…

… Muscle Tightness.

If you haven’t been involved in some sort of impact or collision that forced your bones to break, then muscle tightness is either the sole cause or the primary contributing factor in your injury.

Your injury could be described as an ‘itis’ (such as plantar fasciitis or Achilles tendinitis), a ‘syndrome’ (such as carpal tunnel syndrome), a joint dislocation or even a joint replacement. You may have torn a tendon or ligament, or even just pulled a muscle, call it whatever you like, it started life as muscle tightness.

That’s why reducing muscle tightness is the only way for you to get rid of your injuries for good!

 

Experience the unique brilliance of Wiggling

In a moment I’m going to invite you to follow along with me doing some of these simple movements that my athletes nicknamed "Wiggling" and experience for yourself how powerful 5 minutes of gentle movement can really be, but first I’d like you to consider this…

Imagine that you have found a new way of training that allows you to develop your technique to the highest level possible. You always get maximum effect from your movements. You are effortlessly floating along the track or through the water. You feel like you are flying and you could go on forever. 

Imagine that despite any injury you may have, you get your mobility back – in weeks, not months – and that your body is naturally protecting itself from new injuries. Imagine that you are completely free from pain and restrictions. Your technique, speed and stamina are at their peak – and stay there.

Can you imagine that you would come away from your training sessions feeling like you had fun, worked hard and energised?

What would that do to your performance?

It’s THIS type of training that helped Barry Maskell qualify to represent Great Britain in his age group at the World Triathlon Championships in 2016 & 2017

And it’s the same type of training that helped Matt Heaton, a Canadian International rugby player go more than 3 years without injury.

 

It’s all about letting your body move in the way it naturally wants to... 

Here's how you can make it happen...

Here's how you can make it happen...

I should have been injured at least 3 times in the last 6 months. Playing competitive rugby you have to expect that you will take some sort of injury at some point, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't take every precaution available to avoid it. 

I've always put a big emphasis on proper weight training and conditioning for sport, but after my last ankle injury Sarah showed me that mobility work is just as important and I haven't had an injury since (2-3 years ago)

   - Matt, Canadian International Rugby Player

I should have been injured at least 3 times in the last 6 months. Playing competitive rugby you have to expect that you will take some sort of injury at some point, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't take every precaution available to avoid it. 

I've always put a big emphasis on proper weight training and conditioning for sport, but after my last ankle injury Sarah showed me that mobility work is just as important and I haven't had an injury since (2-3 years ago)

   - Matt, Canadian International Rugby Player

...introducing...

...introducing...

  • Perform well in races with uninterrupted training
  • No more worrying about how to manage your pain. In the run up to a race, you can stay focused on the preparations. 
  • Enjoy training again without having to manage your injury
  • Stop worrying about being injured, so you can train and compete with more confidence
  • No timetable to stick to, no travelling and no fighting to be at the back of the class. You get hours of your life back every week.
  • Enjoy reduced recovery time from each training session
  • Gain bigger improvements in your performance
  • Effortlessly build solid blocks of training without the frustration of injury
  • Enjoy short and long-term solutions for the complete eradication of injury
  • Lower your stress levels and simply enjoy the sport that you love
  • …and many other gains that make your life more pleasant for decades, even after you stop competing or training!
  • Perform well in races with uninterrupted training
  • No more worrying about how to manage your pain. In the run up to a race, you can stay focused on the preparations. 
  • Enjoy training again without having to manage your injury
  • Stop worrying about being injured, so you can train and compete with more confidence
  • No timetable to stick to, no travelling and no fighting to be at the back of the class. You get hours of your life back every week.
  • Enjoy reduced recovery time from each training session
  • Gain bigger improvements in your performance
  • Effortlessly build solid blocks of training without the frustration of injury
  • Enjoy short and long-term solutions for the complete eradication of injury
  • Lower your stress levels and simply enjoy the sport that you love
  • …and many other gains that make your life more pleasant for decades, even after you stop competing or training!

Wiggle Class helps you...

Wiggle Class helps you...

My name is Sarah J Pitts. I'm the founder of mostmotion® and a Muscle Tightness Specialist, based in Leeds, UK.

I've spent over 25 years in the fitness industry, learning about exercise, movement and bodies. I've been a Personal Trainer, soft-tissue therapist, corrective exercise specialist and many more in my quest to help folks be rid of their injuries.

But something always seemed to be missing.

I've always had a knack of finding the simple in the complex and for many years had a nagging feeling that there was a better way to deal with injuries than the industry was suggesting. 

It wasn't until i started trying to deal with my own injuries that I began to discover the unanimous role that muscle tightness has to play across all areas of injury and technique issues.

Diving deeper into this topic has led me to develop principles that take the best that nature has to offer and work with it, rather than fighting it like the current industry practices seem to, which has resulted in much better, longer lasting and quicker results!

Having been around the industry for so long, I've learned much of the science and seen most gadgets come and go, but to me, the industry is going about it the wrong way. If it wasn't we wouldn't all have experienced injury at some point in our sporting lives.

The worst thing is, there's a culture of having to rely on (i.e. pay) someone else to fix it for you!

I want to end this perpetual cycle by helping people to fix their own injuries, prevent new ones and stop them coming back!

I've been plagued by niggly little injuries since I was manipulated badly in my early 20s. I was left with strained spinal ligaments and immense back pain at the age of 24.

Now I'm fast approaching my 40s (eek!), my back pain is gone and I move better than I did in my 20s. 

The best thing is, I managed it all on my own! It cost me hundreds of pounds in treatments before I started working things out for myself, and I still didn't get anywhere near the levels of movement freedom I have now.

I've been perfecting my methods for many years, but now I'm ready to share them with the world and change the face of the industry.

If you're ready for something different, I'd love to have you along for the ride!

I promise to keep things simple (with many a good analogy along the way!), and guide you to movement levels you never thought possible.

Together, we can make a huge difference x

My name is Sarah J Pitts. I'm the founder of mostmotion® and a Muscle Tightness Specialist, based in Leeds, UK.

I've spent over 25 years in the fitness industry, learning about exercise, movement and bodies. I've been a Personal Trainer, soft-tissue therapist, corrective exercise specialist and many more in my quest to help folks be rid of their injuries.

But something always seemed to be missing.

I've always had a knack of finding the simple in the complex and for many years had a nagging feeling that there was a better way to deal with injuries than the industry was suggesting. 

It wasn't until i started trying to deal with my own injuries that I began to discover the unanimous role that muscle tightness has to play across all areas of injury and technique issues.

Diving deeper into this topic has led me to develop principles that take the best that nature has to offer and work with it, rather than fighting it like the current industry practices seem to, which has resulted in much better, longer lasting and quicker results!

Having been around the industry for so long, I've learned much of the science and seen most gadgets come and go, but to me, the industry is going about it the wrong way. If it wasn't we wouldn't all have experienced injury at some point in our sporting lives.

The worst thing is, there's a culture of having to rely on (i.e. pay) someone else to fix it for you!

I want to end this perpetual cycle by helping people to fix their own injuries, prevent new ones and stop them coming back!

I've been plagued by niggly little injuries since I was manipulated badly in my early 20s. I was left with strained spinal ligaments and immense back pain at the age of 24.

Now I'm fast approaching my 40s (eek!), my back pain is gone and I move better than I did in my 20s. 

The best thing is, I managed it all on my own! It cost me hundreds of pounds in treatments before I started working things out for myself, and I still didn't get anywhere near the levels of movement freedom I have now.

I've been perfecting my methods for many years, but now I'm ready to share them with the world and change the face of the industry.

If you're ready for something different, I'd love to have you along for the ride!

I promise to keep things simple (with many a good analogy along the way!), and guide you to movement levels you never thought possible.

Together, we can make a huge difference x

Why should you listen to me?

Why should you listen to me?

Still not sure?

Still not sure?

Trying anything new can be a bit daunting so I'd like to invite you to stand up where you are and join in with me now...

Trying anything new can be a bit daunting so I'd like to invite you to stand up where you are and join in with me now...

OK, let's get started!

OK, let's get started!

Take Suzie for example:

Take Suzie for example:

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After a week, once you decide that you want to join us full time, then you don't have to do anything! You'll just be billed £27 per month.

In the unlikely event you decide it's not for you, just let us know and we'll cancel you before your first billing.

Try us for a week. You'll get full access to everything. All the videos, all the injury plans, all the discussion, everything.

After a week, once you decide that you want to join us full time, then you don't have to do anything! You'll just be billed £27 per month.

In the unlikely event you decide it's not for you, just let us know and we'll cancel you before your first billing.

OK, let's get started!

OK, let's get started!

As always, you're protected with our 30 day money back guarantee, so in your first month if you decide it's not for you, we'll gladly refund your payment and part as friends. No hard feelings!

As always, you're protected with our 30 day money back guarantee, so in your first month if you decide it's not for you, we'll gladly refund your payment and part as friends. No hard feelings!

OK, let's get started!

OK, let's get started!

Hi, my name is Sarah J Pitts, and I understand exactly where you're coming from.

I've been where you are.

I came to triathlon as a means of keeping myself fit while I was trying to deal with an ankle injury I'd suffered in a martial arts class. When I first got injured, I couldn't push off the wall in the pool, push down on the pedals on my bike or even run across the road!

Using traditional methods I managed to build myself up to doing first a sprint distance, then a standard distance triathlon but I was simply managing the problem. I'd train well for a while, then have to miss some running, avoid kicking in the pool or some other way of training before building myself back into full training again.

Then other issues started. First my knee, then my shoulder. They were never anything other than nagging problems, but again the avoidance started.

I'd spent hundreds of pounds on various types of treatment for my ankle and nothing seemed to work. Then I tried moving differently.

At first I didn't believe something so simple would make much difference, but now my body doesn't stop me from doing anything!

I can even go straight out the door and start running, without spending ages warming up first!

This idea of moving differently is what I like to call Applied Variety of Movement, but my athletes nicknamed it "Wiggling".

It has its roots in Dynamic Stretching and injury management, it's pain-free, super simple to do and you can easily fit it into your day.

I've taken all my cues from nature and it's made me question the standard fitness industry practices. My methods use principles that are often the complete opposite to the industry but I'm getting results where they are struggling...and much quicker!

Hi, my name is Sarah J Pitts, and I understand exactly where you're coming from.

I've been where you are.

I came to triathlon as a means of keeping myself fit while I was trying to deal with an ankle injury I'd suffered in a martial arts class. When I first got injured, I couldn't push off the wall in the pool, push down on the pedals on my bike or even run across the road!

Using traditional methods I managed to build myself up to doing first a sprint distance, then a standard distance triathlon but I was simply managing the problem. I'd train well for a while, then have to miss some running, avoid kicking in the pool or some other way of training before building myself back into full training again.

Then other issues started. First my knee, then my shoulder. They were never anything other than nagging problems, but again the avoidance started.

I'd spent hundreds of pounds on various types of treatment for my ankle and nothing seemed to work. Then I tried moving differently.

At first I didn't believe something so simple would make much difference, but now my body doesn't stop me from doing anything!

I can even go straight out the door and start running, without spending ages warming up first!

This idea of moving differently is what I like to call Applied Variety of Movement, but my athletes nicknamed it "Wiggling".

It has its roots in Dynamic Stretching and injury management, it's pain-free, super simple to do and you can easily fit it into your day.

I've taken all my cues from nature and it's made me question the standard fitness industry practices. My methods use principles that are often the complete opposite to the industry but I'm getting results where they are struggling...and much quicker!