30-Minute Follow Along Stretching for the Hips and Legs

“The first and best victory is to conquer self.”

– Plato

Welcome, my friend!

Thank you very much for joining me for this 30-minute long “follow-along” flexibility and strength–functional MOBILITY training session.

Now, if you’re wondering how a single session might encompass all of those elements (strength, flexibility, functional mobility), please keep reading.

We’ve gotten a little lazy in the fitness industry over the last few years. We’ve collectively used words like flexibility and functional and mobility interchangeably, without really being clear about the differences. Or similarities for that matter.

Why would I bring this up right now?

In this 30-minute follow-along, I delve into all of these elements – spending time on passive flexibility and then going straight into a functional mobility exercise. So, I thought it best to make sure you knew the difference.

Think of it as the “why” and “what” behind the “go do,” if you will.

So why don’t we define these terms within the context of this program, what do you say?

For our purposes…

Flexibility is the ability to passively achieve a range of motion.

The key word here is passively.

*Moving 90/90 *Bretzel 2.0 *Frog *Long Adductor passive stretch *Downward Facing Dog *Calf stretching and P/R *Hamstring stretching and P/R *More Hip Mobility with 90/90 control

Provided you follow along and take your time, and don’t’ force anything, you’ll learn, feel better, and gain better passive flexibility and control of that flexibility (mobility)!

That sounds like a win to me.

Don’t forget, if I can be of any assistance with anything, get in touch!