Stretching your muscles is important. Simple as that. There is a lot of nonsense about stretching out there, but when you stretch with awareness and in a mindful manner you can feel your body ease up. Paying attention to your form (core activation and symmetry) and correct breathing during stretching will help you unlock the muscle tightness mechanically, neurologically and hormonally. It's not difficult, but it takes time to learn and to accept that sometimes you really must hurry up slowly. Check us out at www.resilientthree.com, on FB, Instagram and twitter.

Go out and play! Life gets too serious and tiring. Find some trees and pretend to be Tarzan. Or Spider-Man. Or just the amazing tree climbing dude. A workout like this challenges every part of your body, it forces you to think a few moves ahead, and requires a bit of daring as well. This causes you to activate most of the different movement related neural pathways and even the creative and cognitive parts of your brain. No two runs are ever going to be the same and it will never get boring. Despite the minor scrapes, cuts and bruises, big smiles all around! For more awesome movement related content, please visit our website at www.resilientthree.com and follow us on social media (@r3silient). Please subscribe to our channel and feel free to share this video.

An action packed compilation of me having a bit of fun. This is movement! For more movement ideas, please visit out website, www.resilientthree.com, and follow us on social media (@r3silient). Don't forget to subscribe to our channel and feel free to share this video.

A lot of people suffer with painful, stiff and restricted shoulders. It's because they never move them properly through the full range of motion. In order for the shoulder to be strong and healthy, it needs to be challenged regularly. I went through three shoulder reconstruction operations in my late teens afte ice hockey injuries - with awareness and attention to movement my shoulders are better than they ever were. Start by moving slowly and with great awareness. Explore the movement to the end range and challenge by an extra 1% where you feel it stopping. Don't force anything - slowly tease the movement and it will pay you handsomely. For more movement ideas, please visit our website at www.resilientthree.com, and follow us on social media. Don't forget to subscribe to out channel and feel free to share this video.

These spinal waves are a great way to immerse into movement whenever and wherever you are. The three cardinal movements (flexion/extension, lateral flexion, rotation) can be easily achieved, even in the comfort of your office or home. The idea is to move very slowly to begin with and to feel your way through the movement as it ripples through the spine, one segment at a time. Rushing the movement will only hinder your practice and reinforce the existing restrictions in the spine and the rib cage. Gradually speeding up the movement will produce the fluid cascade of harmonious movement and truly unlock your rib cage and spinal mobility. Be very aware of your body through the movement and you will gain the greatest benefit. For more ideas, please visit our website at www.resilientthree.com, and follow us on social media. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel and feel free to share this video.

Most of us breathe badly. The poor breathing technique can cause problems in body mechanics, hormonal issues, digestive problems, even headaches and low energy. Check which way you breathe. For more movement videos please visit our website at www.resilientthree.com and follow us on social media. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel and feel free to share this video.

You don't always need to go to the gym to get a workout in. Look around you. Use your imagination and utilise the everyday items in creative ways and you will spend your time exploring movement and the limits of your own ability. Also it's great fun and you can add so much variety that no two workouts are going to be the same. With this simple bench climb you can test your core stability and strength, mobility, flexibility, coordination and agility. For more movement ideas, please visit our website at www.resilientthree.com, and follow us on social media. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel and feel free to share this video.

Hanging work is great for many reasons. The simple passive hang gives you a good stretch and can work is decompression therapy for the back. Activation hangs draw attention to the form and core activation before you confuse it all with any ballistic movements. The L-Sits, rotations, chin ups, traverses and others are just another fun way of exploring what you body is capable of. Enjoy. For more movement ideas, please check out our website at www.resilientthree.com and follow us on social media. Please don't forget to subscribe to our channel and feel free to share this video.

The inverted crunch is a great exercise for the whole body. It relies on good core and arm strength, as well as ability to grasp with the legs and hands. The concentric and eccentric contractions of most mid section muscles are achieved and full extension at both extremes of the movement enable full contraction/relaxation cycle of the muscle fibres. Ensure you have securely interlocked your legs around the branch before letting go with your hands! For more movement ideas, please visit out website at www.resilientthree.com and follow us on social media. Please subscribe to our channel and feel free to share this video.

If you are suffering with tightness in the leg and foot muscles, balance problems or muscle weakeness (non neurological), get cramp, plantar fasciitis pain, or find your legs getting tired very quickly when running or walking, help is at hand. This manual foot and ankle mobiliser video is helpful for many joint and soft tissue related foot and ankle problems and can be applied anywhere, anytime. Your feet are robust and hardy pieces of kit, designed to handle forces many times your body weight - you can be quite vigorous and firm with this. You will not be able to cause damage, unless you really try. If any problems persist even after several session of this manual foot and ankle mobiliser, please contact your local sports chiropractor for more specific treatment. For more movement ideas and education, visit our website at www.resilientthree.com and follow us on social media. Please subscribe to our channel and feel free to share this video.