Today’s video focuses on a few positions and transitions for working shoulder stabilization.
These are based on Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) concepts. Based off the developmental sequence that we all go through when learning to move early on in life.
The shoulder is a naturally unstable joint due to its anatomy. Strong scapular and shoulder muscles are important for nearly any athlete or active individual. Although working on isometrics and endurance have their place in training and rehab, the transitions between the positions here are great for working dynamic stabilization of the shoulder. These better translate to movements we perform in the real world.
These are great to work into any program for throwers and overhead athletes.
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