Experience the health and fitness benefits of stretching and mobilizing your body more. It's something that everyone knows they should do more but get stuck on what to do and how to do it. Whether you're the person who sits all day at a desk or someone who's training for their next big sporting event, this program has simple, easy-to-implement stretching and mobilizing movements that you can easily do at home or the gym.
This course if perfect for you if:
I walk you through how to best use the videos and what you should feel and not feel while stretching and mobilizing. Also attached are all of the mobilization tools that I work with in the videos. You don't need all of them to still get great mobilization and stretching in but these are by far my favorite and the most helpful.
Stretches for all area of the spine that are easy and safe.
Stretch the arm and shoulder at home by yourself.
Roll out, mobilize and traction the neck at home.
Mobilize and Roll out the lumbar spine to prevent lower back pain and injuries.
Know what to look for in shoulder instability and how to check yourself at home for shoulder dsyfunction.
Roll out and mobilize the shoulder by yourself to treat common shoulder issues and prevent injuries.
Roll and mobilize the chest using a ball.
Self treat, stretch and mobilize the forearm to self treat and prevent arm and wrist injuries.
Learn how to assess yourself at home for weakness and imbalances while doing a squat test and other functional movements that can prevent injuries.
Roll and mobilize the glute with these easy to do moves at home.
Roll out and mobilize the hamstrings at home.
Roll and mobilize the IT band to treat and prevent knee and hip injuries.
Roll and mobilize the quadricep and hip flexor with a ball and foam roller.
Easy ways to stretch and mobilize the adductor muscles (inner thigh) at home by yourself.
Stretch and mobilize your calf at home using a foam roller and tennis ball. Also show you how to mobilize your ankle.
Self treat common foot issues using these foot mobilization stretches.
Dr. Doug Endel began his education by studying Biomedical Engineering at the University of Cincinnati, and was also a member of the track team.
He earned his D.C. degree with Honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2008. After graduating, he practiced and furthered his training in Seattle, WA then moved back to his home state of Ohio.
Because of his extensive background in sports and the current training he does for half marathons and triathlons, he believes that after the joint begins to be put back in the correct position and moving more freely, that is the perfect time to work on stretching and strengthening to stabilize and prevent injuries from happening.