FULL BODY MOBILITY
Regardless if you train a lot or not at all having a good mobility practice is essential to both maintaining and optimizing your quality of life and performance. It will not only just help you move better but will further aid recovery, reduce inflammation, minimize the likelihood of injury and when done correctly improve psychological wellbeing. It achieves this by increasing the activation of the parasympathetic nervous system (focused on relaxation and digestion) and reduces the activation of the sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight response).
The following session is around 30 minutes in duration and starts from the head and gradually progresses its way to the lower body. Each movement is performed for a 30-second duration in which movement is used as both a mobilizing and assessment tool and then followed by a static hold focused on stretching and reducing tension in the body.