shoulder health

There's an exercise you aren't doing that could change everything for your body.
If your training does not include the bottoms-up kettlebell press, your overhead strength and stability are not what they could be.
If you only train movement straight up and down, it leaves you weak for the challenges of real life.
The one-arm press can't be beat for strength, power, or rehabilitation.
This exercise will light up the four muscles of your abdominal wall and improve hip-to-shoulder strength and stability.
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
A little knowledge may take you down the rabbit hole, but it will also take you on a better path to ultimate healing.
Here are a few ideas for training around an injured shoulder and potentially even eliminating that twinge over time.
Unless you’re rehabilitating from a surgery, training stabilizing muscles in strength sets and reps is a waste of time.
Few exercises can increase your mobility while also strengthening your muscles near the end range of motion. Scott Iardella shows you the kettlebell arm bar, which accomplishes both.
Few things demonstrate shoulder strength in the same way as this exercise and its variations.
The climb up, as well as passive and active hanging will help develop mobility in your shoulder joints.
With a few exceptions, most shoulder injuries are not the rotator cuff’s fault. It is just a victim.
The shoulder is a complex area of the body, but maintaining it's strength and mobility doesn't have to be.