Lower Body Mobility Drill | Restoring Movement

by Marianne  - October 30, 2012

Are you doing “The Robot” in life?

Hi all,

As promised, here is the mobility routine I am currently doing. I think the video pretty much explains it, but I have 2 other sources of great information for you:

Now for the video:

Another great piece of advice to help ward off movement stiffness is to become more agile and move an all directions! We often stand or jump in the same spot while we exercise, so why not step outside of the box 😉

These exercises have really helped improve my performance and my SI Joint pain.  Like everything else, it’s a work in progress and I will likely change the things I do over time, so nothing is ever set in stone, and it’s important to find something that works for you.

Feel free to leave your feedback below as I like to hear what others are doing and any additional information can be helpful for readers 🙂




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  1. Hi Marianne! I found this video after coming home from holiday, and it was very useful and helpful as always. Thank you so much for taking the time to show us and teach us! I am very grateful. Kind regards, Kirsten

  2. You would really benefit from yoga. so amazing for mind and body.
    I am glad you posted this as I think that working out with weights or kettlebells one can get a bit stiff.


  3. Hi Marianne,

    Great tips for mobility. However, I am a little wary of the figure eights you mentioned. I liked the side stretches but not so much on the back flexion to back extension in a fairly quick clip. It’s a bit too ballistic for my taste.

    Also, you mentioned Kelly Starlett. I would follow his lead on lacrosse balls. Even though I use a foam roller for general mobility, I find lacrosse balls much more effective and pretty portable.

    Keep up the great work of your demonstrations. I never tried kettlebells before seeing your workouts and now they are a part of my exercise routine. Very cool!!

    San Francisco, CA

  4. This was really amazing and super helpful! Thank you so much for putting in the time to do this. There are quite a few of those mobility stretches I know I need to work on. =)

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