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06/01/2020 at 7:21 am #173112Stacey MorrisParticipant
DAY 1: Baseline. Great round of shoulder swings that immediately feels great and very needed. Is it normal to feel/hear some crackle on the Phelps swing? This was the one swing where I lack significant mobility, and actually felt some pain.
06/01/2020 at 2:07 pm #174058Kaitlin LyonsModerator
Great to hear you started the 14 day challenge.
Has the ever happened before?
Crepitus (creaking, cracking, grating, crunching, or popping that occurs when moving a joint) without other symptoms is ok usually is not a cause for concern.
Many people’s joints crack or pop occasionally, and that is considered normal.
Air bubbles popping inside the joint could be happening.
You mentioned lacking significant mobility when doing the Phelps this may be coming into play.
Keep an eye on it as you are working on your overhead mobility.
Note better, same, worse as you do it.
06/01/2020 at 4:28 pm #174287Stacey MorrisParticipant
Thanks Kaitlin! This is very helpful. I’m not in general pain, and loosening shoulders up a bit is onne of my goals for the next two weeks. The first video was excellent, and gives me some tools to use regularly.
06/04/2020 at 3:26 pm #176454Kevan ToddParticipant
Not to hijack but found day 3 made an unbelievable difference for me. 1,2 and now 4 are all about the same at test and retest, thumbs maybe 2 inches away from ground. From day 3 though (I can only manage 3 minutes, it’s agony) I can get my thumbs to ground and push, which for me is absolutely amazing!
06/05/2020 at 5:27 pm #177015Kaitlin LyonsModerator
Another good shoulder spin up is here
Waterman 2.0 Guidebook Series
Click the right arrow 3 times to go to the shoulder spin up.
06/06/2020 at 9:09 am #177225Stacey MorrisParticipant
Thanks Kaitlin, these Waterman videos are excellent, I esp like the hip flexion. I didn’t even know these were on the sight, there’s so much information!
06/06/2020 at 6:12 pm #177432Kaitlin LyonsModerator
Great Stacy glad they are helpful.
I agree it is a great series and book.
Yes, there is a wealth of knowledge on a variety of topics.
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