If you are a Deskbound office slave check out these stretches and exercises to fight the evil that is prolonged sitting.
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Glenn Pendlay has two Upper Body Flexibility Exercises for Olympic Weightlifters (see the Lower Body Stretches for Weightlifters here). Update: Added YouTube video below. Shoulder Dislocates Starting Position First are the classic Shoulder Dislocates (or Pass Throughs) with PVC pipes or broomsticks. These are a great exercise in order to get you ready to catching the […]
Justin from 70’s Big has a nice little stretch for you to try. I think it is called seated spinal twist in the yoga world. sit on the floor with your legs extended cross right foot over outside of left thigh; bend left knee (or keep it straight like Justin does) keep right knee pointed toward […]
Kelly Starrett on ankle mobility again. Important stuff if you’re into doing Olympic lifts. Tools: little box, rubber band, superfriend (optional) Time: 2 minutes, 40-50 reps each foot (front and back) Do the band distracted ankle stretch, with foot on the box and knee pointing outside. Have a friend control your foot placement and to keep it […]
Give troublesome some upvotes for writing this post: “An everyday workout/warmup that you can use to fix your postural dysfunction.“ Very important: brace your abs and glutes throughout the stretches in this. If your lower back gets tight after these exercises, you’re either pushing your range of motion too much or not bracing your abs […]
Kelly Starrett works on front rack position. Main point: Creating torque (by externally rotating) prior to movements. Check out Mobility 101 for more mobility awesomeness.
Kelly Starrett shows us quick mobility drills he uses after prolonged periods of sitting. Check out more drills on Mobility 101.
Here are over 90 minutes of footage from Jump Stretch founder Dick Hartzell. via rosstraining.com
This MWOD comes in really handy after having done lots of dips today. Thanks Mr. Starrett for being awesome. Check out Mobility 101 for more mobility awesomeness. “