Morning, folks! We’re back for part 3 of our series on our YouTube channel to help folks build better shoulder health, mobility, and strength. Today we’re talking mobility. If you can’t reach behind your back and with your thumb reach the bottom edge of your opposite shoulder blade, you’ve got problems coming. If you can’t raise your arms fully overhead with your elbows straight and your thumbs pointed behind you, you’ve got work to do. We’ll show you how to solve both problems today. Enjoy!
Morning Folks! We’re back at it on the Restore/Thrive YouTube Channel this morning. This time we’re at the whiteboard, discussing shoulder anatomy and how understanding the architecture of the shoulder can inform you to make better exercise choices in the gym. This is Part 1 of our series, stay tuned for more. Enjoy!
Evening, folks! After surviving another Tuesday throw-down of Daddy Daycare at the Cummings’ Family Fitness Center, complete with some backyard antics, the warm-weather has us eagerly anticipating the start of another baseball season.
Today’s video is one near and dear to my heart: are you ready to throw a baseball or softball without trashing your shoulder or elbow? Poor coaching and training led to the end of my baseball career before I was done with college. Out of the injuries I sustained on the diamond came my drive to help other avoid the same fate.
If you are a baseball or softball player, it will take you less than 5 minutes to look under the hood and see if you’re good to go. If you are the parent or friend of a baseball or softball player, please forward this link along to the player you care about. These tests can help them avoid a preventable injury.
Morning folks! For those of you fighting chronically tight shoulders, upper backs, and hips, we posted a video on our YouTube channel of one of the best exercises we’ve found lately to fix all of that postural mess. Enjoy!
Happy weekend everyone! We just dropped another video on the YouTube Channel giving you folks with shoulder pain, neck pain,and difficulty maintaining good standing and seated posture a couple more ideas to help solve your problems.
Check it out and have a great weekend!