Here we go through a step-by-step process that allows us to understand how he’s leaving a lot of muscle on the table.
First, we set up an assessment of his shoulder using Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs) to understand where he lacks control in his joint articulation fully.
We identified he lacks shoulder extension and uses his spine to compensate. (It’s settled) However, this is a tremendous FIND because you will not have the total capacity to build absolute strength neuromuscularly without a controlled complete end range.
After establishing his controlled end range, we spent time under load building and recruiting deeper neuromuscular engagements.
In simple terms, we grew more muscle, focusing on the engagement of his anatomy (tricep tissue) versus repping out an exercise.
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