(VIDEO) How to Assess & Correct SHOULDER Mobility (Part 3 of 3-Part Mobility Series)
Do you have rounded or tight shoulders?
When I meet with a new client for the first time, the shoulders are easily the most common area that people complain of tension or mobility issues with. While this is often the result of imbalances lower down that went unnoticed (esp. the hips and ankles), once the problem is there is still needs to be addressed. Your shoulders play a role in just about every exercise you do (including holding the weight for many lower body exercises), so you can’t hide from shoulder problems without severely impacting your workouts! Check out the video below to learn how to assess and correct some common shoulder dysfunctions: