1. Discover exactly how the shoulder complex, neck, and upper thorax function
So that you are educated about what promotes optimal and efficient function as well as what commonly accepted practices actually contribute to issues of the shoulder, neck, and thorax.
- With this information alone, you will finally have an easy-to-use resource for
understanding what constitutes optimal and efficient shoulder function. Additionally, with
this information, you’ll be able to analyze all the exercises you’re already using as well
as any exercises you learn in the future and determine their impact – whether they
should be included, modified, and/or omitted – from your client’s or patient’s programs.
2. You will learn the exact exercises and strategies that produce the greatest results
Using simple modifications, you can instantly add to your current programs to dramatically improve the results you’re having on the training floor or in the clinic.
- With this information, you will be able to dramatically and very often, immediately help
your clients or patients reduce chronic shoulder and neck tightness, improve range of
motion, develop strength, and help them perform at their best.
3. You will uncover the secret to developing and executing a corrective exercise and functional training program that gets results with real world clients
This includes baby boomers and seniors, pre and post rehab, as well as those everyday folks simply looking to feel better, look better, and perform better.
- And you will discover just like I did that many training, rehabilitation, and performance
approaches have been created for athletes and are not applicable to the everyday folks
that the majority of us work with. And even many athletes that we consult with in our
own clinic struggle with chronic shoulder and neck issues from the using the very
strategies that are designed to improve these areas.
After completing the information in this course, you will not only understand why so many of these commonly accepted exercises, cues, and approaches can directly contribute to your clients or patient’s issues, you’ll be able to utilize a specific series of corrective exercises and strategies to help them improve their range of motion, flexibility, and strength in the process.