🔊Mobility Drills🔊 because if you can squat 500 pounds but can’t touch your toes, you have a problem. Warming up before your workout is so important! Here Ash is demonstrating my 4 favorite mobility drills for anyone who has a desk job, travels for work, finds themselves suffering from low back pain, or wants to improve their posture: 1️⃣ Glute Bridges: great for hip mobility and strengthening your lower back-two things anybody who sits at a desk all day really needs. 2️⃣ Cat-Cow: if you’ve ever been to a yoga class, you’re probably familiar with this one. This one creates mobility through the thoracic spine and stretches the low back. 3️⃣ Bird Dog: Helps strengthen the core, promotes balance and coordination. 4️⃣ Wall Slides: if you spend your days at a desk in front of a computer all day, you might notice your shoulders rounding and hunched forward. This can lead to neck and low back pain. This drill increases shoulder mobility and flexibility and can help reverse that hunch. Your goal should be to make every point (shoulders, forearms, wrists, and all 5 fingers) touch the wall. If you can’t hit all points or reach all the way about the head, try starting on the floor first doing this same thing laying down. Try each drill for 1-2 sets or 10-12 reps. It will only take you 10 minutes and the best part is you can do them anywhere.