1) Is shoulder mobility and function important to you? It should be. If we do not possess healthy range of motion at the shoulder it is likely we will compensate by using our back and other part of our body to make it happen, likely resulting in repetitive stress patterns and injury. 2) Many of us focus on the lower body only when we feel discomfort in those areas but oftentimes the root cause is located elsewhere, like the mid spine. 3) Effectively mobilize this area of your body so it can function in a way that it was meant and you are left feelings less session.