WOD:   9/29/15

Complete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:
10 chest-to-bar pull-ups
95/65-lb. back squats, 20 reps
30 double-unders

Now that is a lot of mobility work!

Now that is a lot of mobility work!

Increasing our mobility takes time, you have to work on it. There are a few simple stretches you can do at home that will help pay off in the long run.

First, our inactive squat hold! You can hang out in that for 5-10mins while you are unwinding at the end of the night, or taking a few minutes and watching something on TV. This will help your squat mobility greatly which never hurts to work on.

One of my favorites that you can also do while just hanging around the house is PVC External Shoulder Rotation. Yes, I know we do not all have PVC pipes lying around the house but a broom will work just fine. Hanging out in this stretch for even a few minutes a day will help out with your front rack position. You can also do this at the box, say while a coach is explaining the WOD you can hang out in that external rotation while you are listening to your coach tell you about what will be happening that day.

Both of these stretches are easy to do and will help your overall mobility!

Written by the Sean Mackey!