Functional Stability Training for the Upper Body

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Eric Cressey and Mike Reinold (otherwise known as Erik Cressnold) released their latest module in their Functional Stability Training series, Functional Stability Training for the Upper Body, yesterday and I’m excited for a few reasons.

1. I’m not going to sit here, blow rainbows up your ass, wax poetic, and say that this product is going to make the industry better…..except that that is exactly what I’m going to do.

This product is going to make the industry better.

I think it goes without saying – especially considering the two who are involved  – that FST for the Upper Body is a baller product that delivers on its promise to offer people a deeper look into the upper extremity and how to effectively assess dysfunction and address it through corrective exercise progressions and strength training.

It’s also gluten-free.  So there’s that.

2.  I have a unique perspective in that I see this stuff every….single…day. What you’ll watch in these videos are the exact assessment protocols and strategies we use at Cressey Performance on a daily basis with our overhead athletes and general population clientele.  It’s an inside-look, if you will.

3.  And, not to be understated, as I’m sure both Eric and Mike strategized this move to help increase their sales, you get to see me with no shirt on for 15 minutes.

I think I just broke the internet……;o)

Functional Stability Training for the Upper Body is on sale now at a low introductory price from today until this Sunday (5/18).  Click the link below for more details and to order.

—-> FST for the Upper Body <—-

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  • Michael J Mullin

    You friggin’ crack me up Tony. . .

    • TonyGentilcore

      Well, I’m glad you “get” that I’m being sarcastic. Kind of. I obviously have a TON of respect for PRI, but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t feel some trainers are taking it a bit overboard.