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Woody? Mr.Potato Head? Which Should This Corrective Exercise Specialist Be? (Think Toy Story)

I was thinking… I was wondering what you wanted to learn about? And I wanted to express disappointment in my Halloween costume… Please comment and let me know how I can help you learn or overcome obstacles! Eric Beard Corrective Exercise Specialist CEO A-Team AthleticShoulder.com EricBeard.com Share| Twitter Username: Twitter Password: This information is not […]

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A Low Shoulder on the Dominant Side? Corrective Exercise Can Help: Part 2

I figured a video might be a nice change of pace…so here is “Part 2 of A Low Shoulder on the Dominant Side? Corrective Exercise Can Help.” You stay classy San Diego! Eric Beard Corrective Exercise Specialist CEO A-Team AthleticShoulder.com EricBeard.com Share| Twitter Username: Twitter Password: This information is not stored and only one tweet […]

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A Low Shoulder on the Dominant Side? Corrective Exercise Can Help: Part 1

When observing clients/patients/athletes (c/p/a) I often notice that there dominant shoulder is lower than their recessive shoulder. I often notice that the pectoralis major on the low shoulder is not as developed as the other shoulder. When looking for this in your people, the sings may not be so obvious…but sometimes they are! A good […]

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Clamshells Done Right for Corrective Exercise to Protect the Knees

I think you’ll like this! Clamshells are a great corrective exercise to strengthen the posterior fibers of glute medius. The glue medius is often weak, especially when a client/patient/athlete’s knees move inward (adduct) during an overhead or single leg squat. I observed most trainers and clients performing this exercise incorrectly. They allow compensations such as […]

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Red Sox-OUT, Patriots-Down, Zumba-UP!-A week in Review: by A Corrective Exercise Specialist

A busy and fun week! Saturday-I taught a Certified Personal Trainer Workshop for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) in New York City Monday-played in our weekly men’s league hockey game, Wednesday-hosted a Breast Cancer awareness and prevention fundraiser Thursday-delivered a presentation on Corrective Exercise for Shoulder Impairments at the New England Health and […]

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