Overhead shoulder mobility is one of the things that a large majority of people could all improve on if addressed appropriately. This seems to be limited in a very large percentage of people, especially in those with shoulder pain and dysfunction. Perhaps it has to do with our seated postures or our more sedentary lifestyles, but regardless limited overhead shoulder mobility is probably going to cause issues if not addressed.
Enhancing Overhead Shoulder Mobility
Here is a clip from my brand new educational program with Eric Cressey, Functional Stability Training for the Upper Body. In the clip I am assessing someone with limited overhead shoulder mobility. During the assessment it became clear that he had a few issues limiting his mobility, but I wanted to demonstrate how a few simple manual therapy techniques can clear up this pattern rather quickly if assessed and treated appropriately.
It really goes back down to a proper assessment and know what you are looking for when assessing people. This is just a very small clip of some of the great information we cover in our new program, which is on sale for $20 off this week (sale ends Sunday May 18th at midnight EST). Click here or the image below to order now before the sale ends!