Dr. Nathan Kadlecek, PT
Is a physical therapist committed to providing high quality health information, largely focused on lower back pain and the gross overuse of diagnostic imaging, medication, surgery, low quality treatment methods, and the over-diagnosis of pain conditions. He's also a powerlifter, pain nerd, macro-scale thinker, and wants to help you think differently about pain, healthcare, and life.
You need to do these, then.
Go to your local hardware store, buy a PVC pipe about 5 ft. in length, put it in plain sight, and be amazed at how much better your mobility will become over a short period of time.
Mobility is something that is attained over time. It takes consistent effort to get there.
It's taken me months to get to this point with a PVC pipe on an overhead squat!
Of course, you can modify these by squatting to a box if you have trouble getting into a deeper squat due to hip, shoulder, or ankle mobility restrictions.
Got any favorite shoulder mobility exercises?