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How To Improve Thoracic Spine Mobility  "Do your shoulders slump and round when you walk, sit, or stand?

Do you have trouble keeping your chest up when squatting under a bar or lifting heavy things off the ground?

Do you get lower back or neck pain when doing twisting or rotational movements?

Have you resigned yourself to living with that nagging rotator cuff pain that flares up during workouts and in bed?

If you answered “yes” to any of those (and most people will answer yes to at least one), you may have poor thoracic spine mobility. Even if you don’t notice any of the symptoms leaping out at you, it never hurts to get more mobility, especially in the thoracic spine. And establishing good habits by actively maintaining and training mobility, as opposed to being content with what you have (even if it’s not optimum), is always a good move. Scoff at the prospect of thoracic spine mobility all you want; you still gotta have it." —–Mark Sisson from The Importance Of Thoracic Spine Mobility


Evolution Revolution: My Manifesto  from Martin Rooney via Elite Fitness Systems.  Martin Rooney always offers some of the best training advice and information.  Martin is the Chief Operating Officer of the Parisi Speed School and is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu purple belt under Renzo Gracie and Ricardo Almeida.  This article is long, but worth the time!!


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