Key Areas to Stretch
1) Hips: Hips are essential in squatting sitting often can reduce range of motion in the hips keeping them mobile is essential.
2) Thoracic Spine: The T-spine helps you stay upright in a lot of movements, resulting in good positioning for lifting weights.
3) Shoulders: Shoulders are involved in most upper body movements so it is important to keep them healthy.
4) Ankles: Relating to hips, ankles can become tight from poor shoes and high heels. Keep them flexible to help with squatting movements.