As an underemployed construction worker, I have a lot of time on my hands. I usually spend this time reading, learning, and lifting, catching up on my soaps, et cetera. However, due to recent injury, lifting isn't something I should be doing a lot of. Mobility work seems to alleviate the pain a great deal. I am waiting on a call back from my doctor, as obviously step #1 is to seek medical help.
In the meantime, I was wondering how much mobility work I could do in my long, empty days to keep the pain down and hasten my recovery. How much is too much? My first action is going to be to learn enough about it to be able to incorporate it, as my knowledge base is severely lacking. From there, I plan on working just as hard at it (if not harder) as I do training, with the eventual goals of: becoming a thick version of Gumby, being able to hit squat depth nobody would question without form breaking, and never having another injury again.
In conclusion, my main questions are:
What are my best resources for learning about mobility?
How much mobility training can I do, considering time constraints are not a factor?