164: Creating a Strong, Stable Shoulder
The shoulder is the most mobile—and the most unstable—joint in the body. As a result, shoulder injuries and chronic upper–body pain are common among those who engage in elite athletics and recreational fitness activities. When the shoulder is unstable, traditional shoulder exercises can create further instability and increase the risk of injury. In this session, we will delve into MELT® length and strength neurofascial techniques to improve shoulder stability before applying traditional strengthening exercises.