Podcast: Know Stuff, Episode 3: The Rotator Cuff

Just about everyone has heard of the rotator cuff. But what do you really know about it? Maybe you’re an expert on rotator cuff anatomy, function, dysfunction, recovery and injury prevention. Congratulations, you’re a rarity! For the rest of us, I take a look today at our rotator cuffs. What is the rotator cuff? What… Continue reading Podcast: Know Stuff, Episode 3: The Rotator Cuff

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Lessons on Shoulder Stability & Strength

This hand has a quick lesson to teach about shoulder strength and stability. Gray Cook and others have researched and written about the relationship between gripping, grip strength and activation of important neuro-muscular activation pathways to and through the gleno-humeral complex. A few weeks ago, I injured my left ring finger tossing a KB around.… Continue reading Lessons on Shoulder Stability & Strength

Metabolic Conditioning with Sled and Loaded Carries 1

Adult clients need efficient exercise options. With busy schedules, it’s a good idea for fitness coaches and trainers to have multi-faceted options in their “tool boxes.” Here is an example of one of those multi-faceted complexes. Core training, metabolic conditioning, improved shoulder/spinal stability all in one (reasonably) simple finishing complex. Using a combination of KB… Continue reading Metabolic Conditioning with Sled and Loaded Carries 1