Many shoulder injuries occur because you weren’t properly prepared for the movement that taxed your shoulder beyond its capacity. When the load exceeds what the tissue can handle, an injury is inevitable.
Proper preparation for any movement means that you’ve met the prerequisites for the joint(s) being called upon for the movement you want to do.
In this recent facebook live, I’m teaching you more about what those prerequisites are for your shoulder
Shoulder Health: Mobility, Injury-Recovery, And Strength
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Dealing with frustrating neck and shoulder pain?
My online workshop, Kiss Neck And Shoulder Tension Goodbye,
gives you the drills and movements you need to finally become pain-free.