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SIDE PLANK OWT

One Weird Trick – Installment 12 – Avoiding “The Claw” in the Side Plank

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Things to Familiarize With Yourself Before Continuing: 1. Shoulder Kinematics 2. Familiarity with “The Claw” How can you save yourself from the throes of “The Claw?”Humor and jokes aside, one item I’ve noticed over and over in both athletic and general population individuals is a lack of lateral stability, which can present itself proximally, and show up distally or further […]

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My Favorite Exercise Combinations – Installment 9

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Motion at the shoulder joint has now been known to improve through several mechanisms: Improving soft tissue quality, so signaling can be improved to the motor units that are attached to the muscle fibers involved with these movers. Reorienting joint position of the glenohumeral joint by improving joint centration. Improving rib cage position/spinal position in order to improve the brain’s […]

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Baseball Topper

My Favorite Exercise Combinations: Installment 5 – Baseball Edition

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One of the perks of my current position is to work with a handful of professional baseball players during their off-season. It’s an awesome mix of laid back chat about what kind of music is best played over the speakers during the first few ping pong matches in the morning, and chirping at each other about their respective seasons. You […]

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Wrist and Arm Care for Dancers

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Managing arms is something of a fickle process. Everyone presents with different symptoms, responds differently, and discovers different methods in order to help themselves recover faster. Fortunately for you, I’ve happened to work with several populations that not only need their hand and arms in order to excel athletically, but continually happen to run into “trouble” of sorts due to […]

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