Mobility training will not just help you avoid injury during your regular workouts, but it’s also a key element to longevity.
Bring your right foot outside your right hand in plank. Squeeze the left glute and push your hips forward. Repeat on the other side, returning the front foot to the start.
Lunge with one leg on the ground and one foot in front of you. Push your hips forward and compress your back leg glute. To stretch the hip more, elevate the arm on the same side of the back leg and lean inward. Pause for a moment, then switch sides.
Bring your right foot outside your hand from plank posture. Squeeze left glute and drop right elbow to ground, stretching back of thigh. Turn back through center and rotate your torso to raise your right arm straight up to the ceiling, following your hand with your eyes. Repeat on the other side with the palm in plank position.
Start on hands and knees, knees under hips, palms under shoulders. Cross one foot over the other and lean to the side to stretch your hip outside. Start over and repeat on the other side.
Start on all fours with knees to hips and palms to shoulders. Extend one leg to the side with your foot flat on the ground and rock your hips backward to stretch your inner thigh and groin. Repeat on other side after knee returns to starting position.
Stand with feet wider than shoulder-width apart, toes turned out, and arms straight in front of your chest. Transfer weight to your right side as you sit back into hips and bend your right knee to squat till your right thigh is parallel to the floor or deeper. Maintain a fully extended left leg with a planted heel.