How to Fix Poor Shoulder Mobility
Hi, I’m Byron Harold with Muscle Mechanics LTM and I’m here to talk to you about poor shoulder mobility.
Solving your poor shoulder mobility isn’t done in one move, or one session. No magical experience or gadget will improve your shoulder mobility.
Simply think how your shoulder mobility resulted in poor mobility to start with. Over time it got worse chronically even if it stemmed from a single occurrence.
Fixing your poor shoulder mobility takes time just as it took time to become suboptimal.
First step to ending your poor shoulder mobility STARTS with understanding how to solve the PROBLEM that is creating your poor shoulder mobility.
There are a lot of things that can cause poor shoulder mobility from a simple sprain, strains, tears, dislocations and so on, however; no matter what the cause, there are things you can do to help solve your poor shoulder mobility problem.
Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs) is a POWERFUL tool that is a thought process to understanding how your shoulder is actually designed to function. This helps to identify limitations or restrictions within your shoulders function thus helping you pin point exact tissue and stiff joint angles that are restricting your shoulder mobility from being OPTIMAL.
Having these connective and muscle restrictions solved is paramount to your shoulder functioning optimally. (Seen here in video)
Secondly start doing Progressive/Regressive Angular Isometric Loads (PAILS/RAILS) to improve the functioning of your ankle from suboptimal to optimal. (Seen here in video)
CARs need to be done daily in order to maintain joint movement (articulation) decreasing stiffness, and risk of injury.
PAILS/RAILS improves joint capacity with increased neuromuscular strength providing you the path towards improving your shoulder mobility.
If you cannot articulate your shoulder without limitations or restrictions then YES that’s your definite correlation to your poor shoulder mobility especially if it’s developed chronic pain.
Joints that don’t articulate will learn to become stiff and stiffness creates limitations and restrictions.
Simple does not mean EASY!
However; it is your powerful truth and path to ending your poor shoulder mobility.
Articulate your shoulders every day to start the process.
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