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You shouldn’t work on your whole body all at once.
You need to identify where you will see the biggest differences and work on those things first.
There are no days off with mobility work.
Where you say you are pretty tight doing multiple shorter session is the more effective way to start.
Re establishing the correct position and giving your muscles/tissue/joint the positioning the trigger or simulation of the correct position more the longer you will be able to hold the correct position.
You are unlearning your current positioning and relearning a changed position. It can take a little time for the new position to be the default positioning. Just as with changing technique for a skill reinforcing the trigger is an important aspect.
Pick 1 or 2 things to focus on in the morning and pick 1 or 2 things to focus on in the afternoon.
You want to see change with what you are working with.
Good to see you are identifying the areas that need work.
Also do a search on the regular episodes.
These are solid.
All of the episodes may hit areas that need some attention, but it is best to keep a session to 2-3 items.
We are looking for quality time spent which will bring lasting improvements. Revisit the mobilization until you stop seeing change.
Grooving new/changed movement & positional patterns takes some repetition for the stimulus to stick and become just the way that you move. It is the same with learning or correcting form with any skill. Creating a more solid foundation to build upon will prove beneficial and you will see the transfer with other skills/elements.
As you clean up sections you may find that other things are finding better positions and working things out with the other positional changes.
Keep working with it.
Makes sense. Thank you!