Pre-workout tip for Aching Shoulders

by admin on February 19, 2019

Here’s an incredible tip I got from Injury Specialist Rick Kaselj, MS that is going to help your banged up shoulders feel better in just minutes.

It is called vertical hanging. If it sounds self-explanatory it’s because it is.

Here’s how to do it: Lift your arms straight overhead and take note of how your shoulders feel. Next hang on something like you’re a kid hanging from the monkey bars.

For example: If you are in the gym, go over to the pull up bar, grab the handles, and let yourself hang from them. If you are not able to bring your arms very high, bring them to a point as high as you can and then hang with partial weight.

It might feel a little weird and be a little uncomfortable, but hang for 15 seconds with all of your body weight off the ground or partial weight off the ground ..

Now step away from the bar and lift your arms overhead.

Do you have more movement?

Do your shoulders feel a little loser?

For most people it will be Yes-Yes.

Here’s why: Over time gravity pulls on our arm. With our arms weighing about 10 lbs, the slow pulling starts to reshape the shoulder into a painful joint by shortening the ligaments in the shoulder.

With the vertical hanging, we are stretching the ligaments in the shoulder in order to reshape the shoulder back into a pain-free shoulder.

This is just one of the tips you’ll learn in Rick’s Fix My Shoulder Pain system that utilizes his trademarked SR3-Method. It’s on sale right now for a big discount:

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Replace the outdated stuff you are doing to prime your shoulders for a workout and start using more tips like this so you can give 100% every workout without getting held back.

To your success -

- Forest Vance, MS
Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist
ForestVance.com

PS - According to Rick, Fix My Shoulder Pain helps with:

- Shoulder and rotator cuff tendinitis and tendinosis
- Rotator cuff tear, strain or pain
- AC injury, AC joint sprain, and AC strain
- Adhesive capsulitis
- Frozen shoulder
- Shoulder subluxation or dislocation
- Acromioclavicular injury and
- Shoulder impingement

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