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Yoga: Full Body Mobility Flow

Yoga Full Body Mobility Flow

This yoga routine, Full Body Mobility Flow can help warriors improve overall mobility, flexibility and move more efficiently.

Although strength and power are imperative to becoming an ultimate warrior, it would be difficult for warriors to achieve their max potential if they cannot move well and freely without pain, aches and restrictions. This yoga routine, Full Body Mobility Flow can help warriors increase flexibility and mobility which can then support areas of abilities such as strength, power and fight abilities.

Yoga Routine Benefits:

Improved mobility

Improved Flexibility

Yoga Routine Details:

Complete each exercise in sequential format.

Complete each exercise for 3-5 deep breaths or complete each exercise for 30-60 seconds.

Full Body Mobility Flow Routine

Seated Spinal Rotation

Butterfly Sit

Cobra Stretch

Downward Dog

Deep Lunge

Half Split

Crescent Lunge

Lizard Lunge

Deep Squat

Camel Pose

Pigeon Pose

Childs Pose

Exercise Alternatives:

Cobra stretch > Cobra stretch on forearms

Half split > Seated hamstring stretch

Crescent lunge > Crescent lunge with hands on hips

Lizard lunge > Deep lunge

Camel pose > Camel pose with hands on lower back

Coach Saikou Notes

  • Execute each exercise at your comfort level. In other words, don't stretch, reach, rotate etc. too far if you begin to feel too much discomfort.

  • If a movement is too difficult, skip that stretch and move forward to the next exercise.

  • Modify the amount of time or breaths for each exercise based on your experience level.

Yoga Full Body Mobility Flow

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