So I'm currently serving as a strength coach for a middle school football team. A lot of the boys are "tight," particularly through the shoulders and hips. The head coach asked about taking 1 day/week to work on flexibility/mobility in lieu of lifting. They're currently lifting Monday-Thursday after school and playing games on Saturday. I figured I could start with joint mobility and the Trifecta from Convict Conditioning 2. This hasn't been my main area of research so I wanted to ask for input on beneficial resources. I was gonna look for something FMS-related but didn't see that or Strong First is offering something along those lines. I'm considering the following resources but I'm open to others as well. - "Corrective Strategies and Movement Screening" DVD by Brett Jones - "Restoring Lost Physical Function" DVD by Mark Reifkind - "Working with Special Populations" DVD by Andrea Du Cane - "Flexible Steel" book by Jon Engum - Z-Health (maybe) Thank you for any help.