In today’s times there are so many shoulder issues and these issues run deeper than most of us know. This course is going to address all you need to know about what you can do to look after your shoulders at home on a daily basis. Therefore we are focusing on functional shoulder stability for tension release, functional movements as well as prevention of future major injury. Please keep this manual because this will be the book that you can refer back to at any point in time. Make as many notes as possible and please e-mail us with any questions.
The shoulder joint is generally limited in its functional range due to habitual activity, injury, stress or even personality types. Due to this we need to incorporate ‘Free Movement’ into any stability program of the shoulder joint. Often this is more important than the shoulder exercises that we perform. The reason for ‘Free Movement’ training is: It encourages shoulder tension release. It allows for freedom of motion at the shoulder joint and therefore the scapula is able to glide freely. It encourages more stability in the neck region. It enables us to compensate less. If you're looking for shoulder exercises for shoulder rehabilitation then this course is perfect for you to learn how to rehabilitate the shoulder and how to strengthen the shoulder after injury.
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— Tonia Burrows
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