Men’s Health 15-Minute Mobility Program for Better Movement

YOU CAN BE the biggest, strongest guy in the gym, but if you can’t move well, you’re going to struggle with everything from hitting full range of motion for your strength training exercises to everyday tasks like bending down to pick your grocery bags up off the floor. If you want to move better, you need to work at it as you would for any other physical attribute. You need mobility training.

Mobility is the ability of a joint to move freely through a full range of motion without discomfort. You’ll learn the best ways to hone this quality using exercises like those in the new 15-Minute Mobility program on All Out Studio, available now for MH MVP Premium members. The four-part series led by Bespoke Treatments experts Dan Giordano, PT, DPT, C.S.C.S. and Winnie Yu, PT, DPT, C.S.C.S., provides the guidance you need to move better in a wide range of circumstances, from work and play to life at home with your family.

Each 15-minute session addresses a different focus, all of which are important to your overall ability to move well. You’ll hone mobility in your hips, lumbar (lower back), thoracic spine, and shoulders.


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Once you add this type of training into your routine, you’ll set yourself up for success in more ways than you might expect, from the weight room to the hours you spend at work.


Ready to get moving? You can sign up to access the 15-Minute Mobility program—and all the other premium programs, articles, and more—by becoming a Men’s Health MVP Premium member.

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Brett Williams, a senior editor at Men’s Health, is a NASM-CPT certified trainer and former pro football player and tech reporter. You can find his work elsewhere at Mashable, Thrillist, and other outlets.


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