The shoulder is one of the most complex joints of the body, but maintaining it doesn't have to be complicated.
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 stabilising muscles in strength sets and reps is a waste of time.
Just when you feel that you've mastered the simple push up, Andy McKenzie has a variation that will test your limits.
Feeling up for a challenge? The dragon flag might be hard, but this variation is a different beast entirely.
The hanging ninety-ninety stretch is a great way to incorporate shoulder rehab in your daily training.
To reduce shoulder pain, especially in the overhead press, stretch the surrounding areas.
Perform this stretch regularly on both shoulders to fight stiffness and ward off injuries.
Try this playful drill to warm up for gymnastics work and improve your grip strength.
Here's a four step guide on how to master the skills of the freestanding handstand.
Here is a video of the exercises I recommend to strengthen your rotator cuff and prevent injury.
Combat your slumped, sitting posture with this easy and effective exercise.
Regardless of your physical makeup, the way you train can still have great influence on your level of flexibility.
Redcord slings didn't work for shoulder stabilization, but they still provided a good workout.
When repetitive stress is combined with poor stability, mobility, or movement patterns, then athletes are likely to breakdown.
If you're fighting shoulder pain to get under the squat bar, give these compression techniques a go.
If the link between overhead movement and shoulder injury is merely a correlation, then what’s the cause at the heart of it?