How To Improve Thoracic Mobility With Book Openers

One of the buzz words in the health & fitness industry these days is "Thoracic Mobility". Attaining and maintaining mobility in your thoracic spine is a good idea for many reasons and often at times an overlooked component to a variety of other movement dysfunctions. Poor thoracic mobility can affect the shoulder, neck, low back, and hip very easily. Unfortunately, our daily habits and posture make us all very prone to poor thoracic spine mobility.

Kyphosis of the thoracic spine is a virtual epidemic (just take a look around at everyone the next time you’re in a coffee shop or walking down the high street) and everyone at some time or another has felt a little twinge of shoulder pain when doing a particularly adamant set of pull-ups.

So what we wanted to share with you today was a simple, safe and effective drill that can be used everyday to work on this important area that can be implemented in warm ups or even as part of your workout during active rest sessions.

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