Here’s 3 mobility moves to make the most of your training so that you’re faster, stronger, and fitter when you go to your next training session.
Think rest days are for resting? Then you’re doing them wrong.
Now, I’m not saying you need to do an hour-long workout on your days off. I’m just saying you need to move.
If you’re serious about changing your body, feeling better, and making serious gains in the weight room and on the field/court, then “mobility” moves are a must.
After all, you’re only as strong as how well you allow yourself to recover.
Here’s how to do it:
Perform the following 3 moves in a row. Do a movement for 2-4 minutes (or 1-2 minute per side for single-sided movements) before moving on to the next one.
- Overhead Squat
- Worlds Greatest
If a move feels extra challenging, spend more time on it. It can take 2 to 5 minutes to fully release a restricted muscle.
Here’s what these mobility moves will do:
- Address common problematic areas such as poor thoracic (upper-back) mobility, bad ankle mobility, tight hip flexors, and a weak core and glutes
- Promote additional blood flow to sore or stiff areas
- Prepare your body for its next training day without causing fatigue
- Make you feel like a million bucks
Do this circuit two times a week for one month and I guarantee you’ll see a difference in your training.