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3 Ways to Gain Shoulder Internal Rotation – Without Stretching Into IR or the Posterior Capsule!

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The latest webinar recording for Inner Circle members is now available below.

3 Ways to Gain Shoulder Internal Rotation – Without Stretching Into IR or the Posterior Capsule!

The below webinar will help you understand:

  • How to assess loss of internal rotation and if it is pathological
  • Why loss of IR motion occurs in overhead athletes
  • Why you don’t want to torque the shoulder into IR if you don’t have to
  • GIRD doesn’t always mean posterior capsular tightness
  • How posture impacts shoulder motion
  • Techniques to immediately gain internal rotation

To access the webinar, please be sure you are logged in and are a member of the Inner Circle program.

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