This flow warms you up with hollow rocks for the core, while opening into a squat, and externally rotating the shoulders as well.
This flow would be good to do before a lifting session with squats, performing a workout with pistols, or running.
You will need a strap to follow this segment, so that the muscles get the full opening effect while staying in a contracted state.
These stretches will help lengthen and engage the major muscles before any intense session.
If you don't have enough mobility in the ankle, you are going to struggle in the squat. But don't worry! We're going to use a band around the heel to put things right.
Today I discuss the benefits of yoga for strength athletes with Ana Forrest, founder of Forrest yoga. Learn how yoga can make your muscles smart, not just strong and stupid.
If you find yourself tight through the chest and shoulders after a long day of sitting at your desk or otherwise hunched over, this flow is for you.
I designed this segment so that it would be a great flow for first thing in the morning or on your days off when you still want to get your body moving, but not with anything too strenuous.
Follow this protocol and you too will conquer the most common injury to the upright walking man - low back pain.
This segment I’m sharing today is my go-to for post run flexibility work. This flow will help to keep you injury free - particularly from knee problems, IT band syndrome, and hamstring issues.
Today we are talking about our shoulders and chest. We are going to stretch these areas, and at the same time strengthen our back.
This is a great sequence for those who spend a lot of time at a desk or on a bike. Really, it’s for anyone who does any activity that causes the shoulders to sit in an internally rotated position.
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