assess movement

How To Assess And Improve Movement: Part 1

An assessment is an often overlooked but rather important part of a strength training program. Everyone has limitations and movement restrictions that can prevent them from performing certain exercises with correct form. For example, office workers usually have a hard time performing any overhead exercises correctly. Sitting at a desk all day places them into…

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Common Rowing Mistakes

I would argue that rowing or pulling is not done enough in most workout programs. There’s usually lots of pressing and biceps curls 🙂 It’s a shame because rowing is very important to posture and shoulder health. Many jobs now-a-days have you sitting down hunched over at a computer for most of the day. Even…

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3 Tips For Improved Shoulder Health And Function

The shoulder complex is comprised of several different joints. The glenohumeral joint, or what most people think of as the “shoulder” is one of the primary components. This joint has two main players, the humerus and the glenoid fossa. The head of the humerus is larger than the glenoid, which it sits on top of.…

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Forward Head Posture and Pain

Forward head posture (FPH) is very common posture within our society today. It is recognized as the position in which the ears are in front of the shoulders. We sit at desks all day, look at our phones and tablets, read books, and many other things that allow us to drift into this position. It…

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