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The ability to move each of your joints through their maximum range is very important to preserve your youth, avoid injury and improve your posture. Working on your joint mobility should always be your main priority. Mobility acts as the perfect warm up before starting your workout. Begin at the top and work your way down, pay particular attention to areas that feel tight or lack movement.
Open up the neck and focus in on the cervical spine.
Upper Back Mobility
The upper back or thoracic spine is tight in most modern day desk workers. I bet you're tight here too!
A simple hinge joint often affected by the ankles and hips. Here's how to warm up the knees.
A simple joint but important to warm up before exercises like the clean or snatch.
The shoulder and neck are connected so tight shoulders can affect the neck too.
Tight hips can cause lower back issues and knee problems. Loosen up those hips!
Bad ankle mobility is increasingly common, especially after an injury. Good ankles equals good knees!
The wrists get a lot of daily use and also affect the forearm so don't neglect this joint.