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I do and I can maintain stable shoulder for most movements. OH kettlebell squats, close grip overhead squats, ring dips not as well. I’ve been following the site since the project. I think the biggest problem is lack of internal rot and extension since when doing the low bar back squat I can’t keep the shoulder as far back. as need and therefore can’t produce the best external rot torque and the elbow takes the hit. I ante up daily for 10-20 minutes but early on I focused more on band distraction (it just seemed easier) and less on soft tissue, but now I’m working the tissue more frequently which is helping. I’ve had 32 years of unbalanced movement that I’m recovering and it just takes more time.