29 Replies to “The BEST Thoracic Mobility Routine | Ep 80 | Movement Fix Monday | Dr. Ryan DeBell”

  1. This is awesome, learned some new tips! Could you do a video regarding the neck? I keep straining my neck when I lift and I'm not sure why. Especially when I do shoulders my neck muscles get so tense that I almost feel like I'm getting a headache at the base of my skull… I hope that made sense.

  2. do you think the movement in the 1st pull of clean and and snatch where the knees goes really wide to shorten the bar path is unnatural human movement, does it puts a lot of stress on ligaments and tendons

  3. I can't do a W when you stand against the wall and do a W shape with the arms. How do I get that down? I've been rolling, stretching, banding, lifting, can't get my arms into W form, they won't touch the wall. My back, hips touch, but the fingers never do.

  4. i watched a video from this teenage girl contortionist but all i felt was the tension from my lower back….. thank you so much for this!!

  5. I have a question, what if the lowest vertebraes of the Thoracic Spine just don't want to move and "un-fuse"? I have no tight muscles around that area at all and I'm kind of frustrated because those vertebraes (I think TH12 11 & 10) behave like a mini-Kyphosis and just won't move :[ my upper Thoracic Spine is very flat but it's very mobile. Is there any advanced method for the lower Thoracic Spine?

  6. Thanks! On the foam roller, i cant get my low ribs to stay down. So my low back is doing the work instead. Have you any tips to solve this please? Many thanks, Colin.

  7. Thank you for the correction on the roller extensions. I've been doing them wrong for over a year now and wondering why I wasn't getting mobility in the thoracic spine. Total game changer. Thanks again!!!! 🙂

  8. too bad it's corssfit basic theoretical stuff, opening back , spine and shoulders i'm thinking more like full wheel

  9. thats a great video. Not only great streches and mobilization techniques, but to lock the correct position by using the band, which sends a signal to the central nervous system about the correct position of the upper back and the muscles.

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