I’m not talking about what you see at right, that’s hyper-mobility (women are far more likely to too mobile), but most people suffer from (especially dudes) is hypo-mobility, or a lack of mobility.
Having too much (right) and having too little can both wreak havoc on the body.
Mobility is really about finding optimal movement patterns for the individual.
I want to take some attention away from the traditional approach of merely stretching to improve flexibility and focus on the concept of mobility.
Stretching by itself is an incomplete model.
Anyone these days, who thinks about improving flexibility, thinks about doing the splits, or touching your toes or doing something like you see at right, but there is so much more to it than that…