GET FLEXIBLE

GET FLEXIBLE

Are you looking to add stretching and mobility to your current fitness routine? This is the #LeSweatGoal for you. These stretch and mobility classes can be added to any LSTV class!

The difference between mobility and flexibility is the ability to maintain control of the limbs at a particular end range of motion. For example, the ability to get up off the ground in a cross-legged position without using your hands.

EQUIPMENT
A yoga block can be very helpful in mobility and stretch classes. If you are looking for a deeper release, a massage ball is a good tool to have close by.

FREQUENCY
We recommend doing at least 10-minutes of daily stretching or mobility for maximum results. The best way to find the right exercises is to try various stretching and mobility classes. When you find an exercise that you can feel benefits your body, keep that a part of your daily routine.

Looking for a more structured program? We suggest trying one--or all--of our Le Sweat Challenges:
21-Day Mobility Challenge
28-Day Core 101 Challenge
28-Day Bands Challenge
30-Day Booty Challenge

HOW TO TRACK PROGRESS
The best way to keep track of improvements in flexibility and mobility is to note any subtle changes in your posture, both standing and sitting, and your ease of movement at these joints: hips, knees, shoulders, and lower back.

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GET FLEXIBLE
  • 15m STRENGTHENING ANKLE MOBILITY

    Are you on your feet all day? Maybe you have been doing a ton of at-home shoeless workouts? In either scenario, this is the video you can do every day to improve ankle mobility and stability.

    Equipment needed: pillow or yoga block (optional)

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    James Chung, CSCS: James is a Doctor of Physical T...

  • 15m BEGINNER SHOULDER MOBILITY

    Beginner-friendly shoulder mobility using zero equipment.

    Highlighted exercises: scapular CARs (controlled articular rotations) shoulder CARs, shoulder external rotation drills

    Equipment needed: none

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    James Chung, CSCS: James is a Doctor of Physical Therapy student, rehabilitation and streng...

  • 15m BEST HIP-OPENING STRETCH

    IT Band and hip mobility stretch class using the two best hip stretches, as taught by a physical therapist.

    Equipment needed: chair or bench and a towel

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    James Chung, CSCS: James, Doctor of Physical Therapy, is a rehabilitation and strength training specialist and certified Kinstretchâ„¢ Mobili...

  • 10m SOOTHING SHOULDER STRETCH

    Soothing upper body stretch routine targeting the shoulders, upper back, and neck. Mobility exercises followed by static stretches.

    Equipment needed: elevated surface

  • 15m SEATED BACK MOBILITY

    Quick, seated mobility routine with lower and middle back exercises. This is the perfect class to do after sitting at a desk all day.

    Instructor: Dr. James Chung, DPT

    Equipment needed: chair

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    James Chung, CSCS: James is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, rehabilitation and strength training speci...

  • 15m STRENGTHENING FULL BODY MOBILITY

    Our most popular mobility class often, referred to as "Charlee's Daily Mobility Routine." Class structure: five essential mobility exercises repeated two times thru.

    - Highlighted exercises: isometric split squat, isometric side plank, bear plank hold, dead bug
    - No music

    Equipment needed: yog...

  • 15m DAILY FULL BODY MOBILITY ROUTINE

    If you wake up feeling stiff and are looking for a daily routine that will increase the range of motion...that works, you have landed on the right video. Join Dr. Chung for an everyday CARs (controlled articular rotations) routine.

    Begin with standing exercises before moving down to the ground ...

  • 15m STRENGTHENING WRIST MOBILTIY

    Wrist-strengthening mobility routine using zero equipment.

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    James Chung, CSCS: James is a Doctor of Physical Therapy student, rehabilitation and strength training specialist, and certified Kinstretchâ„¢ Mobility instructor in New York City.
    To learn more about James, head to https://lesweat.tv/...

  • 10m HIPS & HAMSTRINGS STRETCH

    A bodyweight stretch + mobility class including stretches targeting the hips and hamstrings.

    Highlighted stretches: pigeon stretch, 1/2 happy baby

    Equipment needed: none

  • 20m RELAXING FULL BODY MOBILITY (BANDS)

    Relaxing, full-body mobility session using bodyweight, bands, and dumbbells (5 lbs). Targets posture and hips.

    - Highlighted exercises: clamshell, anterior raise, internal/external rotation (with dumbbells), leg lowers
    - No music

    Equipment needed: bodyweight, resistance bands, and dumbbells (l...

  • 10m DE-STRESSING BACK MOBILITY

    Relaxing spinal mobility flow designed to help you de-stress and feel taller. Yoga block optional.

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    Dr. James Chung, DPT: James is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, rehabilitation and strength training specialist, and certified Kinstretchâ„¢ Mobility instructor in New York City.
    To learn more about...

  • 5m MINIMAL MORNING MOBILITY ROUTINE

    Five mobility stretches in five minutes. This is the perfect way to start any day or any workout.

    Level: Beginner-friendly

  • 25m STRENGTHENING YOGA FOR ATHLETES

    Intermediate yoga for athlete's flow focusing on hip mobility and building leg strength. Standing warrior series slowed down, balance exercises, side plank series, and a delicious stretch at the end.

    - Highlighted poses: chair pose, side plank, warrior III, pigeon stretch
    - No music

    Strength s...

  • 8m IMPROVE YOUR ANKLE MOBILITY

    Quick and effective standing ankle mobility routine using a wall. Yoga block optional.

  • 25m CALMING TOTAL HIP STRETCH

    Soothing stretch session focusing on the hips. Class structure: ten unique stretches held for 1-2 minutes each.

    - Highlighted stretches: recline pigeon, lying 90-90, prone crossover, inner-thigh stretch
    - No music

    Equipment needed: wall or elevates surface (optional)

  • 12m DE-STRESSING NECK & SHOULDER STRETCH

    Muscle-tension relieving stretch class using a tennis ball. Begin with tennis ball releases and move into mobility stretches.

    Equipment needed: tennis ball (or massage ball)

    Intensity: 4/5
    Level: Intermediate