Shoulder Pain….It CAN be improved!
Raise your hand if you’ve had shoulder pain before? On second thought, don’t raise your hand, because it might actually cause yourself some more pain!
While constant pain, discomfort, and frustration is nothing fun, it has almost become the norm in our society. Not only did it hurt, but it really altered my training performances as well. Ah, don’t even get me going about it!
Here’s What You Need To Know About Shoulder Pain…
- If you have experienced shoulder pain secondary to posture or training, you know it can be pretty brutal. But guess what? We can limit the risk of shoulder injuries and enhance posture with some simple yet effective prehab movements.
- Targeting the backs of the shoulders for postural enhancement using simple tools like the foam roller and band can reverse those daily postural stresses your body is forced to endure.
- Improving shoulder and thoracic mobility while tapping into a stable core can position your entire body for long term success both in the gym and in your daily lives.
- Don’t discount properly executed crawling. It can be one of the most efficient ways to not only identify faulty movement patterns but remediate them as well in as little as a few minutes a day.
Shoulder Pain: Prevent the Flame Before the Fire Starts!
Do yourself a favor by starting to incorporate more upper body corrective exercises in your warm-ups to help bulletproof your shoulders for the long-term.
No more shoulder pain. No more nagging soreness.
Start feeling what optimal shoulder health should really feel like.
Here are Our Current 3 favorite Exercises To Bulletproof Your Shoulders!
Here are the exercises you should be prioritising if you want healthy shoulders in the long run. Check out the video tutorials plus my coaching notes and key points below each.
Serratus Activation – Wall Walks with Thereband Loop:
Take-Home Message For Those with Shoulder Pain:
The shoulder joint is a complex structure, with many different structures that can cause shoulder pain. That being said, we know they respond really well when they are strong and stable. Remember:
- Cortisone only masks your pain
- Generally, a scan is not needed!
- Complete rest is not advised.
- Seek help early.
If you have any questions about your shoulder pain or want some specific advice we are more than happy to chat to you. you can email us at [email protected]