http://roglawfitness.com/the-minimalist-guide-to-mobility/ This is a pretty good blog post about how to incorporate mobility into your daily routine. I like the approach in which you just pick a set time and a few exercises, and try to fit in as many sets as you can in 5-10 minutes (depending on how long you want to devote to it). I usually try to do 10 minutes of mobility on days I train, and at least 5 minutes on days I don't. I think it helps a lot, especially in terms of warming up the body for training, and I like this approach because it's a minimal investment for big gains. I typically work with 5 different exercises for 5-10 reps apiece then add in some leg raises at the end, so it ends up being about 8 exercises total (for the 5 minute workouts, I typically either don't do the leg raises or I do them for a few sets after or later on that day). In about 10 minutes you can get 3-5 sets depending on how much you hustle and what exercises you are doing. Currently I'm doing two from this list (rocking ankle mobilizations and shoulder dislocates) and three others from other sources (Russian pumps, high knee pull to spiderman lunges, and shiko no kata from sumo). It's a fun warm-up, gets your heart pumping, and it focuses on an area we all tend to neglect from time to time.