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11/17/2013 at 7:02 am #73228
I, too, fail a pistol test like a champ!
Seems to me like you’re just a little overwhelmed about the process. My advice would be to make sure you read allllllll those wordy chapters in BaSL before cracking into the mobility stuff, as they explain a lot about how to begin dealing with your issues. The biggest thing is to just take it a day at a time, chip away at the problems, and get some work done.
The process is just that, a process, and it takes time. Program your mobility work along with the movements of the day (prep for positions and recover worked tissues) and it will become much easier to organize. Aside from that, I would prioritize trying to clear pain issues, starting with the worst one.
You’ll get really good at being your own mechanic over the next few months. Just be patient, diligent, and focused.