Who this is for
Joint pain often-times sneaks up on us. Little-by-little, repetitive daily movements that were fine before cause aches and pains that show up out of nowhere. Maybe you hurt your shoulder while playing baseball with your kid, or perhaps you realize that you can’t lift your arms over your head.
This course provides exercises and drills to help reduce inflammation, increase mobility and build strength in your shoulders. No matter if you already feel pain or are looking for preventative exercises, this course will help you to build resilience for the long-term.
I was just playing a fun game when...
They sneak up on us, activities that we've done a million times before, but this time, something happens that puts you down for the count. This course will give you the tools not only to prevent these situations from happening, but also how to recover and build back stronger!
Your shoulders just aren't as mobile as before
It happens, how often are we encouraged to raise our hands over your heads as we age? I'll tell you - not often. It's not until you're challenged to do it, with straight arms, with your shoulders at your ears, that it becomes apparent that mobility has been lost. And though all of our bodies are created differently, you can still work into what you've got and make progress toward mobility and strength in your shoulders.
What You’ll Get with this Course
- Self-Paced Instruction
- 3 Downloadable and printable exercise checklists
- Unlimited access to all shoulder lessons
- Message instructor any time for issues or questions
- 30-Day money-back guarantee
This Course Guides You Through 3 Phases for Healthy Shoulders
Learn techniques that help increase blood flow and circulation upstream and downstream from your shoulder. Often-times, pain manifests in one place, but its root cause is in another one entirely.
Start bringing light movement to your shoulders through rotations, circles and expansion drills.
Use progressive exercises to build strength into your tendons and ligaments for stronger, healthier shoulders.