The Ready State Virtual Mobility Coach is like having a virtual Kelly Starrett in your pocket.
Even if you have different proportions of the body having “terrible” mobility isn’t ok.
If anything it makes mobility that much more important.
You have less of a buffer zone for less than proper mechanics or positioning.
Good to hear your t spine mobility is improving alot.
If possible look at the skills you are performing that day and do mobility that hit those areas pre wod.
Post wod you can hit something that you are doing tomorrow.
When the femur is in the front of the socket vs the back of the socket it has less space to move before hitting the top of the capsule. This impacts rom & the joint’s ability to roll,slide, and glide which may be one of the things impacting your squat.
Episode 78: Un-impinge yourself from mental slavery The hips is shown after the shoulder. I’d pick one or two and stick with those vs switching it every session.