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  1. https://vimeo.com/ondemand/mts This link will take you to the page where the trailer can be viewed; from here you can buy the program too. Let's see if we can crash Vimeo's servers! This the thread to discuss everything to do with this program. The PDF, showing end positions and giving the key Cues, can be downloaded here: http://kitlaughlin.c...r-the-Squat.pdf My idea is that you print the PDF version to take to training; it is an 'aide memoir'. Please use the PDF as the reference for discussing anything to do with programming or execution. The following is the Table of Contents of the PDF: L1: Sumo squat E1A–E1D: Calf exercises E1A: Wall/step calf, straight-leg version E1B: Wall/step calf, bent-leg version E1C: Solo single leg dog pose E1D: Partner single leg dog pose L2A–L2C: Squat limbering exercises L2A: Full squat explanation L2B: Full squat sequence L2C: RollStretch squat E2: Standing piriformis L3: Boxing the compass E3: Relaxed lunge L4: Baby flop L5A–L5D: Cossack squat exercises L5A: Cossack squat wall support L5B: Cossack squat with kettlebell L5C: Cossack squat free variations solo L5D: Cossack squat free variations partner E4A–E4C: Hip abduction exercises E4A: Squashed frog - solo E4B: Squashed frog - partner E4C: Squashed frog - partner w/bolster L6: Yuri Cossack L7: Seated figure 4 L8: Inside squat E5A–E5D: Piriformis exercises E5A: Seated piriformis E5B: Seated piriformis wall support E5C: Lying wall piriformis E5D: Wall piriformis E6: Standing knee lift E7: Diamond pose E8: Full squat and sumo squat And the short story of 'how to use? See thanner's post here: http://kitlaughlin.com/forums/index.php?/topic/514-master-the-squat-and-hip-mobility-live-today/page__st__20#entry3848
  2. Here's another - this time of the RollStretch Levator Scapulae and Upper Fibres of Trapezius muscles and their associated soft tissues and fascia. Use good judgement and care when doing this one (due to the positioning). You don't want to fall out of position, so if you aren't comfortable in the rabbit pose or rolling around on your upper back, get those sorted first. The positon, when done correctly is really comfortable (well, besides the pressure from the travel roller on the lev scap) and very stable, especially once the foot is on the wall. I hope people get some benefit out of it. I love it, and use it often in my RollStretch sessions, or just after a long day (as sleep-prep work). D
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