5 Minute Flow is something you will look forward to doing every day. It challenges and builds your mobility, strength, and coordination. It feels great and will release "happy hormones" into your blood stream--eliminating stress and reducing anxiety.
If you follow this plan, your small 5 minute daily investment will pay you huge dividends--GUARANTEED.
What it Covers
EVERYTHING you need to know about mobility, strength, breathing, and habit formation. I've spent the last 10 years sifting through information across the world from a huge variety of sources to distill it down to only the MOST IMPORTANT and IMMEDIATELY USEFUL stuff.
3. BASIC JOINT MOBILIZATIONS
4. COMPOUND MOVEMENTS
6. FLOW PROGRAMMING
7. RANGE OF MOTION
8. STRESS RELIEF
9. HABIT FORMATION
"I always suffered from what I thought was 'bad knees' and a 'bad back', but starting my day with a flow, I realize I suffer from being tight." - Eric A.
“Wow...man I'm 53 and recently starting back working out from years of just working. I'm a truck driver and drive semi pulling a flatbed trailer hauling steel, lifting and pulling chains, wood pieces/binders, cranking stuff all day long. Used to be a good lifter..350 bench at 165lbs back when I was 18 years old. Can still do 300lbs but it was killing me - shoulders got stiff as all get up. Couldn't get my right shoulder loose for nothing. Sat here listening to your videos, did these simple exercises, and woooo whooo...man it's loose again. JUST LIKE THAT IT'S LOOSE AGAIN. For years this has been bothering me. THANKS!" - -Gerald B.
"I started doing 5 Minute Flow last week at work because I'm behind a desk all day. My original goal was once in the afternoon. I felt so good that on day 2, I started morning AND afternoon. Now, I'm incorporating it on the weekends as well. It's amazing what 5 little minutes will do - Jim W.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: What equipment do I need?
Just your body!
Question: I have an injury. Can I do this program?
Avoid painful ranges of motion. That being said, continue moving the parts of your body that feel good. A whole body approach can often relieve painful areas, even without specifically moving that body part.
Question: How much time do I need to commit?
5 Minutes. To be honest, I hope it feels so great that you will keep going. Plan to incorporate these movements for a lifetime...if you want to keep getting better every day.