Canuck and I have been working on our mobility, and I introduced him to www.mobilitywod.com . It's a site dedicated to mobility work for strength and fitness. It is run by Kelly Starrett, who is a Crossfit guy (boo), but he happens to be an incredible mind when it comes to biomechanics. Kelly (K-Star) has made inroads in the powerlifting world in the Bay Area of California (my home). He has helped the SuperTraining crew quite a bit, and has gotten published recently in Power magazine.
I have been using only 3 of these MWODs, and I have been able to loosen my hips up, and open my hips up and get my knees going forward. I even got my upper body up and my ass back. I'm sold
So the "mwod" website has basically one mwod per day. Some of these exercises are odd and more geared towards Crossfit, but just ignore them. The other content is just so powerful, that you need to ignore it and do your best to improve yourself.
Canuck and I are doing our best to perform all of the 365 mwods (all of the ones possible, anyways), and see who sticks with it the longest.