Mobility Workout for Touring Musicians

Daily Workout For Touring & Studio Musicians

Warm up without your instrument.

➡ FEEL GOOD on tour AND backstage.
➡ Maintain Constant base-level fitness & conditioning.

➡ No equipment required.


Athletes know this. Musicians tend to forget. 

But we are athletes too. At a fine-motoric level.  

If moving fingers burnt calories, every pianist, guitar-player, bassist, or drummer would have a six-pack. But the needs, strengths, and weaknesses of musicians are different.

This course is for us.


➡️  Nervous before a gig? ✅ Take 15 minutes to do this backstage.

➡️  Stiff after a flight? ✅ An airport lounge is sufficient to do this.

➡️  Jetlagged and unfocused? ✅ This will help!

➡️  Cramped after that long drive before soundcheck? ✅ I got you.

➡️  Feeling disoriented but you still have to perform? ✅ Try this! 


There is an instrument before we touch our instrument. One that acts as the very interface between our inner artistic vision and its external expression.  

The Human Body.  

In the past, I have been guilty of failing to acknowledge this myself.

It's tricky.   

On one hand, the physical demands of a musician are the same of an elite athlete. 

And yet the romanticized image of the pianist hunching over his instrument in cramped bliss is one that that has sent out the wrong signals for generations.  

When I looked for advice on how to not fall prey to this stereotype, this is what I got:

  '...I hit the gym. It just made things worse'.

-- (My College Piano Professor).

  '..Just hit the gym again and stop whining'. 

-- (My Martial Arts Teacher).

  '..Just keep stretching'. 

-- (My Yoga Teacher).

  '...You can't build muscle with Yoga'. 

-- (My Trainer at the Gym).  

One kept contradicting the other 😔

All very well-meant, but confusing advice from people I respected and looked up to 😕.  
Meanwhile, along my journey as a professional musician, a yoga practitioner since I was a child, being a part-time martial arts student, and later, a depressed, obese teenager, I started to identify some common ground in all of the above.  

It felt like cracking a code 🔐.

And now you can learn that code too 🔮!

Fact of the matter is, one of the best ways to improve our musical technique is to build our musical muscles. 

But the best way to do that? 

Build the 'non-musical' muscles first so the musical muscles aren't overtaxed!

This is where you go 'so what's the easiest way to start with that 🤔?'


It's not a secret. It's not a discovery. Just a reminder.

Think about it. You could be the strongest, most flexible human. But none of that is useful to you as a musician or human if you can't move your body the way you want to at your instrument. Or in everyday life.

That's where mobility comes in.


Created for Musicians, by a Musician.

I created this routine for you. Cos' I know musicians function differently.

We are sensitive, empathetic and if exercise doesn't feel 'musical' at some level, we don't really wanna do it.

This routine doesn't just help with your core-fitness. It preps you: 

 * For your instrument before practising.
*  Acts as a warm-up before a performance sans your intrument.
*  Adds to your overall wellness during tours and studio sessions.  


Your options are:  

👉🏽 Dive right in, go straight to the master video and just train with me, Jane Fonda style 👯‍♂️.

👉🏽 Alternatively, study the breakdown videos, get a feel for each, and move on to the next.  

The most fulfilling part about this program is that unlike a lot of other exercises, you get better at them with time!

I've used this as part of my daily morning ritual. I still do. It's one of the best ways to start the day.  

Everybody learns differently.  

And I'd like to think that one of the most beautiful things about this course is that you can approach it how you want to.  


That's me.

I overcame severe obesity as a depressed, lost teen who thought music would forgive everything.

Until it didn't.

Back in the day, I couldn't climb up a flight of stairs without gasping for breath. And then one day, I couldn't play music the way I wanted to.

And the doctors verdict was clear. Change. Or suffer.

So I lost the weight. Reclaimed my health.

And did all of  with no meds, no surgery or no fad-diets.

Just tried and tested, simple, long-term and sustainable practices.

I eventually got certified as a personal trainer and embarked on a mission.

To help musicians like you get healthier and fitter.

So you can enjoy music more.

I'm also a professional musician since 25 years.

And know that 'just hit the gym' doesn't work for us.

(If you'd like to find out more about my music, you can do so below 👇🏼)

Frequently Asked Questions

This is not a weight loss program. And while a deeper connection with your body is the first step to optimum weight, there are other programs better suited for that.

While not a 'strength program' per se, this program is designed to improve your overall mobility. That does include the improved usage of your muscles, and hence some improvement in strength. 

Yes. Some of these drills have roots in Yoga and Chi-Gong, both of which help stabilise the cardio vascular and nervous system.
That being said, this is not a quintessential 'cardio program' either.

Remember how some days your body doesn't respond the way you want to on your instrument?
This program aims to make those occasions less frequent with time. And help you get ready for a performance.
Look at it as warming up without your instrument.
It will also help you improve overall control over your body and feel good

No. Unlike most Yoga routines, this program starts standing up! Which I find much easier to do straight out of bed. For those of you who already practise a more intense workout routine  I also use it as a pre-workout program. And/or a post-workout cool-down.

Absolutely. I have been training and coaching  professional musicians for a few years now. Have a look here for personal training. 

Yes. We have no questions asked 30-day refund policy if you are not satisfied with this course.



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Sebastien Heintz

a must for musicians!

loved every exercices and the general flow. gonna implement this class to my everyday practice now! especially loved that it includes movements from different background and sport. makes the class very meaningful and inspiring!

1 year ago
Al Nalder

Great course super simple to use, great for musicians or anyone else

I’ve been doing these exercises for about 6 months now and they really help to get me started in the day, give me a bit of time to low down and focus on the thing that is going to be long everything else I need to get done today... which is my body and my mind. It’s good to see them all together again some new ones too which complement excellently! the format is really easy to use and nicely put together too- thanks TL!

1 year ago
Sonya Ramsey

A must have course for all musicians

Musicians, at any level, inherently tend to wear down our bodies. I learned the hard way, having abused my body via little sleep, no exercising, and poor eating habits. A chronic illness forced me to take a hard look at what I was doing to my body. I needed to make massive changes. And I did...those changes helped, but I still needed something I could do regularly that didn't require me having to go to the gym everyday. TL's course is full of mobility & warm-up routines that can be used regularly. After my first session, I began to feel a difference, not just physically, but mentally and spiritually. I highly recommend you invest in this course - and use the workouts taught in the course every day! You'll be glad you did!

1 year ago

T.L. Mazumdar