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Louka Kurcer , great demonstration - thank you! Daniele likes this. Anyone else giving it a try? No, create an account now. StrongFirst - Forum for Strength. The amazing Pink Panther technique that may add a couple of feet to your stretch the first time you do it. I say mix both OS resets and Super Joints if you are worried about specific joints.
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How to make your body feel better than you can remember-active flexibility for sporting prowess and fewer injuries. The amazing Pink Panther technique that may add a couple of feet to your stretch the first time you do it.
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I don't think I can improve on that! I'll give it a try for a while, first thing each morning. Louka Kurcer , great demonstration - thank you!
Steve Freides , May 27, I will look into it as well. Abdul Rasheed , May 27, Yes, great combo of drills however takes longer than 5 minutes though, no? As a daily dose, or warm up, it is perfect. Personally I like doing a full body Mobility session without time constraints, run through it relaxed and focusing on breathing, probably because I need to spend time on it, being rusty and tight that I am. I add in more knee related stuff too, mind, so it does take longer for me.
For a very quick mobility, or warm up, condense it further. I have an unexplored tai chi DVD and it has a very good relaxed mobility drill warm up, some of the same in the above video That comes in at 5 minutes without rushing it, kind of minimal minimal dose maybe?
A micro dose even!
True ali, Louka's took close to 10 mins. I wanted to throw in one more into the mobility mix, also from the Super Joints book, but not the main content but 'Amosov's mobility exercises' mentioned within the first few pages , which takes about 15 minutes I think.
I even used it with my group of 3 students yesterday to start training, and it worked well. Here's a quick summary of the "Flexible Steel Mobility Complex" routine in the video, with references to "Super Joints" book, where applicable: Anyone else giving it a try? Fred64 , have you found something that works for you? Anna C , Jun 2, Anna C thanks for that! Takes 10 minutes, correct? Abdul Rasheed , Jun 2, In my opinion and experience, the key to any mobility routine, especially a minimal, time-efficient one, is individualization.
You have to experiment to find those big bang for the buck drills that produce results for YOU. That takes time, effort and attention, but once you zero in on YOUR toolbox, you will be able to get the job done much more efficiently and effectively. I know there are lots of drills that others recommend and swear by, that are mostly a waste of time for me. And the drills I get a lot out of may not be effective for you.
My personal go to drills come from a variety of sources, and that's part of the process as well, seeking out different stuff to try, and test driving it. Identifying your particular issues can be helpful, but I think it's more important to experiment with moves and see what happens.
The body is one piece, and sometimes a move that doesn't seem to directly address a problem area has surprising effects, and can often make a more dramatic difference than drills that SEEM more directly targeted.
Steve W. Abdul Rasheed , I think it could be done in 5 minutes, but closer to 10 if you take a little more time in the areas you need. I would suggest doing it along with Louka 4 or 5 times, then try it on your own with the summary list another 4 or 5 times, then start modifying reps and time to suit your needs. Then back to Super Joints to find some more advanced moves to add. Along these lines, I can see that a routine like the one above is great to start out with, but can be advanced; for example, in Super Joints, in 23 Shoulder dislocates, Pavel says "Once you take up shoulder dislocates you can say good-bye to the shoulder and arm circles from the mobility drill section.
Abdul Rasheed likes this. An overlooked simple drill Pavel discusses I think in super joints, can't remember exactly, is hanging. Has done wonders for me, better thoracic rotation, better overall alignment and makes me feel great. Anna C likes this. I tried flexible steel mobility complex, for a few days now to 'oil' my joints. I feel good.
Cossack squat, I can't go all the way down.. I may skip this, not sure if there is any point in keep doing this?
As for prying squat I will give it a miss, since I do a couple of sets of goblet squats anyway. Pump stretch is tough one too, no way I can do the ten reps, I will do as much as I can. Abdul Rasheed , Jun 5, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Share This Page Tweet.