Daily Mobility Compilation

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  • 3 Free workouts
  • 60 workouts total

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My name is Ty Craig, MS and I am stoked to welcome you to the Desk Mobility Program for humanOS. I have a Master’s degree in kinesiology and work as a health consultant where I explore ways to keep our bodies functional and fit. I’m grateful to have the opportunity here to help you implement a simple but useful mobility program into your daily routine.

Importance of Mobility Body Work

Being proactive with your health is just smart. We’re not designed to stay seated all day in front of a computer and yet many of us do just that, day after day. Predictably, this can lead to body issues - tissue tightening, loss of range of motion at joints, compensating for a tight body with poor posture, etc. Overtime, this leads to predictable musculoskeletal disorders, which have wide-ranging impact in your life, including decreased enjoyment of hobbies and reduced ability to get stuff done at work. This simple daily program helps to keep you mobile, flexible, and resilient, and doing this sort of daily work is a part of a well-rounded health program for optimal physical functioning.

Oh, and by the way, spending five minutes a day on mobility feels good, and the more regularly you do it, the better it feels. You can do these mini, daily mobility sessions right when you wake up, before workout, after a workout, before lunch, or really anytime you want to take a short break. You can also do more than one a day if you’re so inclined. Generally, however, this program is designed to help you get some mobility work into your life on a daily basis so aim for at least one a day.

Lastly, it’s perfectly fine to make adjustments or alterations in order to comfortably use this program if you need to. Just do what you can and don’t make anything painful. Stop before that point.

Here are few tips and tricks to get you on the right path:
  • Aim to do these daily but be proud if you get in at least four sessions a week.
  • Slow and controlled is better than fast and jerky movements.
  • Seek balance between your left and right side.

As you get started, remember to have fun and enjoy this daily you time.

In good health,

Ty Craig, MS and the entire humanOS team