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Serratus Anterior Activator

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Shoulder pain affects millions of people. The majority of those people focus on overhead movement restriction. From throwing a ball, overhead lifting, from playing tennis to placing a mug on the top shelf, shoulder discomfort is a rather common and unwanted buzz killer. In a large number of cases, the shoulder joint is not the culprit. But people don't know that. They take anti-inflammatories, pain killers, leather on balms and salves. Those methods only relieve the pain, but don't solve it. And after rest it comes back with the vengeance. How Scapula Calls the Shots You see, full range of...

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If You Have Chronic Shoulder Pain This Article Will Change Your Life

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If you have chronic shoulder pain... If you have poor range of motion in your shoulder... If you can't enjoy life or sports anymore.... This short article will change your life. Here is some good news. Most shoulder pains and poor ROM are easy to fix. You just have been doing it wrong. What have you been doing? Have you tried to stretch your shoulder? Have you tried to pull your arm in the direction that it does not go?  And that got your pain even worse? That's a normal bodies response. Have you tried to put ointments on it? Have...

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Which Split is Easier and Faster to get? Front Split or Side Split ?

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Whatsapp The answer comes from two places. Experience and Observation The science of kinesiology, on which the kinesiological stretching techniques are based. Side Split You see side split requires a lot less muscles to be stretched than the front split. (True or Squared Front Split) All you need is: 4 adductors 1 hip flexor medial hamstrings Stretching wise that's 5 exercises. ( You'll see why 5 in a second) Front Split While to get into a good front split, you need a lot more. 6 Hip Flexors, 4 adductors and that's just the back leg. Medial and Lateral Hamstrings (4...

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Reach For It: Advancing Your Back and Shoulder Flexibility

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How did last week go? Are your shoulders feeling more open? Have you been able to grab your foot behind you at all, or made any progress that way? Make sure you are all caught up by reading last week's post here!  First, we will troubleshoot any issues you may be having with the last exercise we explained that targeted the lattismus dorsi and pectoralis major, and also ways to increase this stretching movement. Then, we will go over a few more tips to get you closer to your goal and reaching for it in no time! If you are...

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Injury Edition: Low Back Sprain

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Dancers are very tuned in to the messages the body sends on a daily basis. They must act quickly when an injury is present. By this time, you have learned how to identify whether your pain is just a sore muscle or if you are dealing with a potential injury. If you are just joining us, check out The Injury Edition: Good Pain vs Bad Pain for this information. Today we will be focusing on the low back and discussing specific injuries, causes, and preventative measures starting from the bottom up. The Low Back The lower back is made up of three...

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