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08/20/2017 at 9:25 pm #71830Aimee PhillipsParticipant
Hey guys,When I roll my shoulder forward and backwards I get a fair amount of crunching noise in the front of my shoulders, across chest and collar bone. Any thoughts as to why?I have really struggled over the last 6 months with tight shoulders and thoracic mobility. Do you think this may be apart of it?I struggle with OH holds and front rack mobility and had consistently tried different mobs, but with very little success. Any help would be great.
08/26/2017 at 1:19 am #77056Patrick ThomasParticipant
If you have been working on things and not seeing change time to take a new look at how you are approaching the situation.
Pro Episode # 21 – Pro-User Request Friday: Not Seeing The Change? You Need a Systems Approach.
Yes, tight shoulders and limited thoracic mobility can be an impacting factors.
A couple to start with:
Posterior Shoulder Smash 1
Episode 271: Full Over Head Test and Super Couch
Clear the T-Spine, Now We Can Start Talking Shoulders
14-Day Mobility Challenge | 7 Green Lights | Day 5
14-Day Mobility Challenge | 7 Green Lights | Day 6
06/24/2020 at 5:27 pm #187463Matt WachtorParticipant
Aimee i’ve been dealing with the same problem and haven’t had any luck fixing it. Did you ever find a solution?
06/25/2020 at 6:29 pm #187909Kaitlin LyonsModerator
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.
Have you done the archetype assessments?
I recommend starting the 14 Day Overhead Challenge on the Ready State App. It is located in the Bonus content.
The app is free and you use your site log in for it.
Have you seen improvements with what you have been working on?
Kelly did a recent MINI Q&A – SHOULDER CRUNCH NOISES
Scroll down to line 13 second box.
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