16 Mobility Sequences to Develop Strength, Stability, and Flexibility

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Ever feel like after a run, you just want a little something more that won’t necessarily make you break a sweat? Or, are you pretty flexible (thanks, downward dogs), but feel like you’re lacking agility, stability, or strength? Mobility sequences will help you to develop stability and strength at the end of your flexibility range, where most people are the least stable and lack balance. They can also help your body become more free-moving, more agile, and improve your posture, making your muscles feel longer and leaner.

Improving your mobility is important to prevent injuries, improve strength and circulation, and just feel better, especially when stress is weighing you down, or you’ve spent the entire day hunched over your laptop. Ahead, see 15 mobility sequences that you can follow along with to get your juices, and energies, positively flowing, creating a noticeable effect on your day to day.

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