My biggest "movement/ stretching" session goes of at a weekend. I've been roped in to doing Jefferson Curls, for anyone who doesn't know what this is check this link out on of what is one of my favorite websites to date (trying not to be to biased).
Ever since i burnout my body out physically and mentally Ive taken a much different approach, almost the opposite. Let me put this into perspective; i was in the mindset of "getting bigger ,stronger and more powerful", all this whilst doing 3x2 hour badminton sessions at around 80% each week. Sometimes if not most training twice a day. I obviously hadn't got my priorities right, but its not until you take a different view that you can change your approach. Now i do more badminton and haven't picked a barbell up except to but it back where it should be in 6 months and i feel better for doing less. The key (for me) is stretching and movement. Let me give you an example of my session today
Hip Thrust 3x10 (with pause for 10 secs at top on some reps)
Arch Body Hold 3 sets of 30 sec
Hip Flexor Stretch (in total) 3 sets of 1 minute on each leg
Resistance Band Overhead Stretch (Not sure of correct name) 25 reps in total
Glute Stretch (on floor) one minute on each leg
Quad Stretch (layed on floor) 1 minute on each leg
This is what i call a "big sesh", but im living by the moto of little and often. I suppose if something works keep doing it. But this doesn't include foam rolling daily. I find myself doing more stretching and mobility because im forced to due to my disability, the less i do the tighter my affected side gets. Just to finish of im looking into more body weight exercises and want to learn the rings and more stretches such as pancake stretch. Good things come to those who WORK HARD. And that is another blog done for another week
Peace Out, Mark .