A Look Back at the Top 10 Mobility Articles of 2014
I hope everyone is enjoying their Christmas. This is a special time of year, we often look back at what transpired through the year gone by, and look forward to what the next year promises to bring. With that, come the things we want to change, to improve, or to remove from our lives so that we can have a better year than that which passed. So, what big changes do you foresee this coming 2015?
If you’re anything like me, you can probably rattle off a couple of pages of desired changes. But, something that I feel is more appropriate today than ever before, is our posture and mobility. We sit at computers and look down at our phones, we place stress and weight on our bodies in ways they weren’t designed to tolerate. And we suffer for it, especially in the long run. Let’s take a look at the best mobility articles of this year so that, with a little motivation, we can use it to improve upon our lives in 2015 and beyond. To quote Breaking Muscle, who have put together the list:
From foam rolling, to low back pain, to hip dysfunction, our writing team packed quite a mobility punch this year. These articles questioned existing mobility trends and showcased new methods.
There’s advice here that should relevant to everyone. So how about it, can you use them to improve upon 2014? And what other goals are you setting? Make it a year of meaningful changes, this article can help, but you still need to motivate yourself, you’re the only one who can implement them and follow through with the plan.
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About Sam Brinson Sam is a writer living in Uruguay. Sam follows the latest in aging break throughs.