The Ready State Virtual Mobility Coach is like having a virtual Kelly Starrett in your pocket.
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It seems to be more in the scap.
Kaitin, would you be able to post your response to the OP in the forum? Thanks.
I worked with at PT who suggested shallow breathing due to stress was causing neck/shoulder pain. He had me work on some deep diaphragm breathing and I’m seeing improvement.
What would be really cool would be a spiral bound version to make it easier to refer to while in the gym.
David, appreciate the links, good stuff.
Bman, I have never seen rom wod but will have to check it out. From my experience reading health and fitness stuff, there are many people out there and many schools of thought on various topics. I have a group of professionals I tend to follow, try to look for places where there is common agreement and bring those things into my health and fitness program.
Interesting comments David. Maybe the best solution is to vary the grip so your not stressing things the same way everytime you hang.
Thanks for the links. The videos show an overhand grip. Any pro/cons to using a neutral grip?
Great, thanks much.12/06/2014 at 12:06 pm in reply to: Sciatica either from SI joint dysfunction or Labrum tear? #75518
I had the same type of pain you are describing. After x-rays and MRI, the neurologist told me I had SI joint inflammation, prime cause too much sitting. Been working on the mobility and strength, seems to be helping
What techniques do you use to reset your hips if I could ask?
Thanks for all the suggestions. I’m in the Corporate headquarters of a multi-billion $ fairly conservative company so the Primals are probably the way to go.
Thanks for the suggestions. The gym does not have Crossover Symmetry. They do have a number of bands and places to attach them. I do have a pretty significant range of motion issue with the left side especially. I’ve had almost 35 years of an office job (lot of computer work) and my thoracic spine mobility isn’t real great.
Any videos of this? Thanks.09/14/2014 at 10:13 am in reply to: External rotation of the shoulder in overhead squats/snatch #75239
Hey hate to hijack, but I’m dealing with problems extending my arms overhead without arching the spine. Could I ask what moves seemed the most effective? Thanks.
Thanks Brad, that is sort of the way I’m doing things now, sit in the car, in meeting and 2-3 15 minute sitting sessions during the day.
On of my co-workers had one of those footrests for under the desk that I inherited. I use it sort of like an old bar rail and alternate resting my feet on it.