Strength-stability, stand alone, short, almost daily routine: What would you include? It struck me that there are standard strength moves like pullups and pushups, and there are various mobility routines like flexible steel, and various stretching routines, but what I think I also need is what I will call a strength-stability routine. Basically, I want to create a short, stand-alone routine of ten minutes separate from normal workouts that concentrates on strengthening stabilizing muscles, particularly to improve posture. These are my moves so far. I want less than ten moves tops. Something I can do almost daily at home. No equipment except a band or light dumbell(s). 1. Bridge progression (can't do a proper one yet). 2. Prone superman 3. Bird dog 4. Hollow body hold 5. External shoulder rotation resistance band exercises. 6. One leg deadlift with a hold/stretch. 7. Crucifix hold with light dumbells. 8. Armbar with a light dumbell. ---------- Considering, hindu pushups, static lunge, and cossack squat. Would you add to or replace any of these moves for a better one for a quick routine? Basically, this is a "what I know I should be doing but don't" routine. I am 50 years old. No health problems or injuries. Shoulders tight, particularly left. Posture needs improvement. I sit down at work on the computer a lot but I also do Thai boxing. Need to take care of my shoulders. The first five in the morning. 6-7 I would do separately in my office with mobility work like shoulder dislocations. Doing bottom's up KB holds once a day in my office. Number 8 before bed with my stretching routine. Anyone else (especially over 40) have a standalone daily mobility/stability/stretch routine--apart from their workout warmup or cool down they would like to share? Yes, stretching is important, but I overcame plantar fasciitis not by stretching alone but strengthening my feet, barefoot martial arts, jumping rope etc. Did me better than the doctor's advice. Threw away my orthotics. Strong First is good advice. Stretching is not enough.