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Stretches and Mobility Exercises


Now you can get specific tips about how to get leaner faster. We recommend you view them before starting a new exercise program.

Please also view our disclaimer before commencing any of these upper body and core exercises.

Difficulty Rating (DR) Each exercise has a difficulty rating between 1 and 5: see below for explanation.

List of Exercises

Click on one of the exercises below to be taken directly to the video.

1. Abdominal Stretch24. Prone Cobra
2. Bouncing On the Ball Mobilization25. QLO Stretch
3. Cat Cow26. Quadriceps Stretch
4. Chest Stretch27. Rear Shoulder Stretch
5. Don Tigny Mobilization28. Rhomboid Stretch
6. Groin Stretch29. Rocking Groin Stretch
7. Groin Stretch 230. Sciatic Nerve Mobilization
8. Hamstring Stretch31. Shoulder Rotators Lateral Stretch
9. Hip Rotator External Stretch32. Shoulder Spine Integrator Part 1
10. Hip Rotator Internal Stretch33. Shoulder Spine Integrator Part 2
11. Hip Stretch34. Shoulder Spine Integrator Part 3
12. Kneeling Lat Stretch35. Side Lying Oblique Stretch
13. Levator Scapula Stretch36. Side To Side Tilts On Ball
14. Lower Back Stretch37. Spinal Relaxation
15. Lunge Psoas Stretch38. Spine Mobilization With Foam Roller
16. Lying Ball Rotation39. Standing Calf Stretch
17. Lying Shoulder Rotation40. Standing Thoracic Spine Mobilization
18. McKenzie Pressup41. Supine Quadriceps Stretch
19. Neck Extensors Stretch42. Torso Side Flexion
20. Neck Rotators Stretch43. Torso Twist With Ball Mobilization
21. Neck Side Flexion Stretch44. Wrist Extensors Stretch
22. Pelvic Circles On Ball45. Wrist Flexors Stretch
23. Pelvic Tilts On Ball






















Difficulty Rating (DR)

Each exercise has a difficulty rating between 1 and 5.

Ratings of 1 and 2 mean an exercise requires less concentration and balance skills, is uncomplicated and doesn’t tire you out quickly. A rating of 4 or 5 means the exercise is challenging in all ways.

We recommend you perform exercises marked with higher rating at the start of your workout, with lower rated movements performed at the end. Always do your abdominal, lower back, and postural exercises at the end of your session.

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