More Mobility Challenge: V2
Mobility is incredibly important your your overall health. Increased mobility prevents you from getting injuries. It allows you to squat deeper, run faster, train harder, live better.
In this second version of the More Mobility Challenge we're stepping the mobility gains up a gear!
A Good Old Quad Stretch
This class does exactly what it says on the tin - it gives your quads a good old stretch!
Shoulder Mobility Circuit
You'll need a couple of blocks for this mobility based circuit. Enjoy!
This yoga wrist strength routine will help build strength so you can Plank, Downdog, Crow or Handstand to your heart's content.
No Equipment Full Body Mobility
This class tackles all of the common problematic areas that we can lack mobility in - shoulders, hips, upper back, and ankles.
Give your spine some love with twists, side bends, strength building and finding flexibility to work on wheel pose.
Hip + Shoulder Mobility Workout
This class works in supersets, where we have a hip mobility exercise followed by shoulder mobility exercise, finishing with spinal extension
Mobility Mood Boost
A smile inducing class to have fun and feel good with.
Hack Your Hamstrings - Mobility Training
If you're serious about wanting to improve your hamstring flexibility, this class is for you!
Spinal Mobility: Twists + Backbends
This class focuses on rotation and extension of the spine - also known as twists and backbends!
Open up the shoulders and hips in this mellow mobility class!
Ankle Mobility Flow
This ankle mobility class builds range of motion in the ankle as well as strength and stability all within a fun, balance themed flow.
20 Minute Lower Body Stretch
Take yourself 20 minutes to stretch out the lower body - glutes, hamstrings, hips and calves included.
A shoulder mobility training class. You will need a couple of yoga blocks, a stick (or a strap would work), and a surface such as a box/bench/chair/ coffee table etc.
60 Minute Intermediate Mobility Flow
This 60 minute class works into the whole body with a focus on active flexibility.