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Ankles and Feet 1-18

Equipment needed: Box or chair, and PVC pipe or Broom stick or Wall, and Mobility ball or kettle bell or Foam Roller. Today we are working on the flexibility, mobility, and stability of the ankles and feet. We are targeting the soleus musculature with the self active release portion and then moving on to joint mobilizations and activation work for the ankles. Get it guys!

Lateral Body: 1-16

Equipment needed: Foam Roller. Today we are working on the flexibility, mobility, and stability of the lateral body aka lateral chain. We are targeting all the musculature that lives on the side of your upper body with a myofascial technique to start and then moving on to activation work to utilize those new mobility gains. Get it guys!

Shoulders: Pecs 1-12

Equipment needed: Mobility ball. Today we are working on the flexibility, mobility, and stability of the shoulders. We are targeting the musculature in the front of the shoulder, specifically the pic minor and major. We are starting out with a passive release technique and finishing up with end range isometrics to get your wing span LeBron-esque! Get it guys!

Hip Flexors and T-Spine: TFL 1-11

Equipment needed: Mobility ball, padded mat, and wall or box or couch. Today we are working on the flexibility, mobility, and stability of the hips and t-spine. We are focusing on the hip flexors and specifically targeting the Tensor Fascia Latae (TFL) for the passive release portion. If you have “tight” IT-Bands, this one is for you. Get it guys!

Shoulders: Rotator Cuff 1-9

Equipment needed: mobility ball, PVC pipe or broom stick or stack of books, etc. Today we are working on the flexibility, mobility, and stability of the shoulders. We are targeting the rotator cuff musculature specifically with our self active release portion and then moving on to end range activation for shoulder flexion and extension. Get it guys!

Upper Body: 1-7

Today we are working on the flexibility, mobility, and stability of the upper body. We are focusing on joint range of motion starting at the neck and working our way down to the low back. The goal with these range of motion activation movements is to take each joint through its full range of motion and use every little millimeter of range. Get it guys!