If you’ve read any of the previous 4 or 5 blog posts here, it’s easy to spot consistency as a common topic. Being consistent, over a long period of time, is the best way to get results. This outlook isn’t limited to just your fitness or health either. Consistency and building habits defines what your day looks like each and every day.
The mobility challenge came about as a way to help you feel better but also as a way to help you develop a new habit.
This is going to force you to be consistent, everyday for 30 days. This isn’t going to be time consuming, about 5-minutes a day. Hopefully help you learn a thing or two about yourself, your habits and most importantly, give you the tools to feel better.
You can follow along with the videos each day, they will be uploaded early incase you want to do them in the morning, or they are a great way to unwind before you go to bed. Completing them at GAIN after you workout is within the rules, too.
Here’s what you’ll need:
A lacrosse ball, tennis ball or something similar
Foam roller, not necessary, but helpful and affordable, you should probably go buy one if you don’t have it already.
Optional – a band, a belt is a quick and easy substitute, they sell them at Dick’s Sporting Goods or if you ask us, we will probably let you borrow one!
Each day will have a body part or movement focus, i.e., hip soft tissue, or shoulder mobility/stability drills. This isn’t a magic cure for injuries, make sure you see a good PT for those.