For the past month I have had my clients blowing up a ton of balloons. Although some just go with the flow, others ask – Why the hell are we doing this?! Great question I want to start by saying that the body is very complex. There is a ton of stuff that I don’t understand.
Well, probably not. Most of the time, the muscles we perceived as tight are already stretched too long. Stretching the tight muscle is most likely not the solution to long-term relief You may be doing more harm than good by arbitrarily stretching things. Good thing is the body is very resilient and can improve quickly
If you read Part 1 you should have an idea of what our shoulders do and how mobile they should be. You should know some of the basic anatomy of the many working parts of our shoulders. In part 2 we will go over some ways that our shoulders should move and some of the common
Probably the two most common places on the body that will at some point become painful are the low back and shoulders. Often times the low back pain can be quelled fairly quickly for some people. Shoulders on the other hand seem to be just a little more tricky. Let me show you why and
Last week I started training for something called the Tactical Strength Challenge. Essentially it’s a competition who can do the heaviest deadlift, most pull ups and the highest number of kettlebell snatches. So no biggie right?