Posts Tagged with "shoulder imbalances"
How to Fix Scapular Winging
Scapular winging. It’s a thing. I guess. Forgive the aloof and standoffish tone. I recognize the term “scapular winging” is a thing and that it can be an actual, real-live, medical diagnosis with dastardly consequences. But more on that in a minute. It’s just that, in some ways, I find a lot of fitness pros… Read more
5 Reasons Your Shoulder Is Jacked-Up and Not Jacked – Part II
Welcome back! For those who missed it, yesterday I posted PART ONE (Newsflash: you’re reading part II) of some of the reasons why your shoulder is most likely jacked-up and not jacked. If you’re too lazy to click the link above, here’s the dealsky: 1. Your technique on just about everything is, for lack of a… Read more
5 Reasons Your Shoulder Is Jacked Up and Not Jacked Part I
We work with a lot of overhead athletes at Cressey Performance – in particular baseball players – and it’s no coincidence that we deal with, address, work around, and (hopefully) fix a lot of shoulder issues ranging from the acute like AC joint issues and external/internal impingement to the more “oh shit factor” scenarios like… Read more