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Do you have or have access to a Gemini?
It gets into the t spine really well.
Kicks it up a gear.
Address the area where you think will have the most change first.
Have you checked into anything with your neck?
The daily rx for Wed June 12th has some other ways to hit a possible impacting factors.
Good to hear you see improvements with working on it.
There may be some compensations that you make downstream of your neck on one side that you see at the t spine/shoulder.` Many times the athlete isn’t aware compensations are happening. Finding slack within the system so you are able to perform skills/achieve the needed shapes to do certain skills.
May be it would be helpful to have someone video tape you doing skills that are impacted. This way you can see exactly what you are doing vs what it feels like.
I see improvement when someone ELSE is working on my neck. So far I’ve not found the right combination of mobilization that has a noticeable impact, though it is possible that I am not spending enough time in the positions. I seem to remember hearing Kelly say in a video the other day that it requires at least 2 minutes in a position to change tissue.
Great to hear you are identifying what needs attention and how to most effectively hit that area!
Yes, sometimes you will find an area that is tight that you may not have known about or as one thing is in proper placement something new arises. Keep working with it and chipping away at the tight traps.
Looking upstream and downstream of the impacted area is key for this reason.
It will take a little time for your body to hold the new positioning. It’s like learning a new skill or making a technique change. Unlearning old habits and making the new neuropathways for the new movement pattern/positioning. It will becoming just what you do it can take a little time, but stick with it as you have with the other things you were doing to address the situation.