shoulder

A decrease in scapular control places the glenohumeral joint at a mechanical disadvantage, and bigger muscles start to compensate for the smaller ones getting no love. Result? Shoulder pain.
The most common complaint I hear in my practice is “I hurt myself doing kipping pull ups.” And the most frequent question I ask is, “Do you have your strict pull up?”
By correcting your mechanics and teaching your body how to move more efficiently, you’ll quit f’ing up your shoulder and start f’ing up WODs.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: CrossFit Gymnastics, training tips, hip exercises, and more!
The Rotater is an awesome product for shoulder stretching or strengthening for rehab. It works best for internal and external rotation. Something many of us are lacking.
Let's take a close look at all the potential movements we can execute with the shoulder joint. Then, let's look at how we can strengthen the joint and girdle to protect ourselves from injury.
A strong upper back is vital to minimize shoulder joint and girdle injuries. Strengthening these areas can be done with proper balance of pushing and pulling. Here are workouts for you to follow.
Science takes a look at rotator cuff injuries and gives advice on how to treat them. While some rehab is recommended, conservative treatment is not the most effective option, according to researchers.
How often have we heard or said the words, "I have a shoulder issue." Here are some tips for releasing your shoulder issues, including a yoga pose for healing and stretching.
Say hello to Super D! I'm going to tell you a little bit about myself and then show you all my favorite techniques for strengthening and mobilizing your shoulders.
Shoulder injuries are common in athletes, especially baseball players. But shoulder surgery is frequently not successful. New research suggests non-surgical treatments may actually be most effective.
Learn the basics of how to perform a push press - similar to the shoulder press, but using your hips to create momentum, so you can move more weight. Also known as the "cheating shoulder press."