shoulder mobility

Neck pain is a common complaint. Our device heavy lifestyles don't help. Neither does the fact that we don't often show our necks much love. Here's how to change that.
Different positioning for your strict press may allow for better translation into other overhead lifts.
Give these exercises a try after your training session, or even as part of your warm-up.
The role of the scapulae, the shoulder blade, often goes underestimated. Remove restrictions to your shoulder movement begins here.
Flexibility with little strength through an increased range of motion (ROM) does very little for a person and can be a set up for injury.
Your level of priority to assess, review, and reverse postural issues should be high.
These stretches will help you get started on taking control of your shoulder health.
The importance of small details, long-term dedication, commitment, and striving for high-quality handstands will pay off.
Resistance band exercises and dead hangs aren't going to cure everyone. If you suffer from shoulder pain, try these protocols.
Embrace your neighborhood park to reclaim freedom of movement in your shoulders.
Active flexibility, power, and building strength in a position of mechanical disadvantage are just some of the benefits of including kettlebells in your workouts.
You can't have a solid handstand if your shoulders aren't stable and strong in an overhead position.
Learn to feel how your shoulders operate, and you'll be able to safely access a wider range of motion.
What follows are simple hands-on tests that can determine where your injury lies.
A great exercise for all round shoulder health.
Nothing will expose your mobility or stability problems faster than squatting with a weight over your head.
If you only train movement straight up and down, it leaves you weak for the challenges of real life.