Monthly Archives: December 2008

Don’t Treat Your Customers This way

I just got back from teaching a Corrective Exercise Specialist workshop in Los Angeles. The workshop was fantastic but…when I landed at LAX on Thursday night about 8:10 pm pst, weary from a 6 hour flight and feeling that it was really 11:10 pm est for me. When I arrived at the Hertz rental center […]

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Does Your Shoulder Move Like This?

Probably not. With the posture that most people display (rounded shoulders and forward head posture) it is unlikely that as their arm lifts to the side that their shoulder blade upwardly rotates as much as it should. For every two degrees of abduction (arm lifting to side) there should be one degree of upward rotation. […]

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