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Shoulder Mobility Yoga Flow

yoga shoulder mobility flow

This yoga routine, Shoulder Mobility Flow can help warriors increase shoulder mobility and flexibility like Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece.

If we think about the warriors in the anime universe, it's common to first think about how "jacked" some of these anime characters are and rarely think about other factors that contribute to warriors flexibility and mobility. Now, if we think about who the most flexible and mobile character is in the anime universe, one anime character that may come to mind first is Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece! Although his range of motion is beyond our reach in the human world, it's still possible to achieve super flexibility and mobility, if not, at least a healthy range of flexibility and mobility that will allow us to complete regular daily activities without aches or pains. This anime inspired yoga routine, Shoulder Mobility will require warriors to complete a series of basic and intermediate exercises that can help improve overall shoulder mobility and flexibility.

Yoga Shoulder Mobility Benefits:

Improve overall mobility

Improve shoulder and upper body range of motion

Improve upper body flexibility

Yoga Shoulder Mobility Flow:

Seated Side Bend

Seated Wall Angels

Seated Spinal Rotation

Cat and Cow

Cobra Stretch


Cobra Pose

Crescent Lunge

Triangle Pose

Clasped Forward Fold

Yoga Shoulder Mobility Exercise Alternatives:

Seated Spinal Rotation > Rotate with hands at heart

Downward dog > Childs Pose

Crescent Lunge > Crescent Lunge with Hands on Hips

Triangle Pose > Standing Side Bend

Coach Saikou Notes:

  • Modify the breaths or time length for each exercise.

  • Execute each exercise at your comfort level.

  • During the descend phase on the wall angels, pull elbows back and down to open the chest and retract your shoulder blades.

 yoga Shoulder Mobility Flow

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