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The Best Kettlebell Exercises For Shoulders
The Best Kettlebell Exercises For Shoulders

The best kettlebell exercises for shoulders coordinate shoulder movement with the rest of the body, which makes them inherently valuable. I use kettlebells for shoulder exercises with most of my clients and patients. Kettlebell exercises in general also don't require...

Use Movement Assessments To Save Time
Use Movement Assessments To Save Time

Movement Assessments Make You More Effective   Movement assessments are a simple and effective way of knowing what you need to do to stay healthy and moving. The best part is that you can do them without getting lost in a sea of information on social media. So...

T-Spine Mobility: The Key To Shoulder Health
T-Spine Mobility: The Key To Shoulder Health

It's Hard to do Too Much T-Spine Mobility Work I’ve talked a lot about the importance of the t-spine mobility in shoulder movement. For an obvious reason… It’s super important! In fact it may be one of the most significant contributors to shoulder health and is often...

Build A Mobility Workout in 3 (or 4) steps
Build A Mobility Workout in 3 (or 4) steps

The Mobility Workout Game Plan Any good mobility workout or programming should be directed towards a specific goal. Knowing exactly what mobility or motor control deficiencies you have will help you design the perfect workouts and warm ups Nearly all wonky movements...

Thoracic Spine Mobility: The Reason Your Shoulder Hurts
Thoracic Spine Mobility: The Reason Your Shoulder Hurts

A Team Of Individuals My current full time position is working with military operators. I work with a team of professionals with the sole purpose of making these guys more resilient and to improve the level at which they can perform. Suffice it to say this is a TEAM...

Why Rotate?

Whether you realize it or not rotation is critical to your function and your performance. If you are a runner or just trying to change lanes on the highway the ability to do either effectively is dependent in part on how well your spine twists. Even squatting, a...

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