THE NO B.S. GUIDE TO SHOULDER HEALTH
A comprehensive approach to shoulder health, strength, and injury minimization. No B.S. added.Buy Now ($39.97)
15 Minutes Per Day
We're all busy these days. These drills give you the biggest bang-for-your-buck and address multiple muscles and joints at once.
Each phase of the program has exercises that build upon the previous weeks so you can maximize progression and mobility gains.
No more guessing if you're improving or not. You can tangibly see and feel it through assessments that will precisely measure your range of motion.
“It’s been a over a year of feeling okay, then feeling crappy… It’s so nice to have some things to go to that I know are going to make me feel better.”
- Tyler Beede
Who is it for?
Anyone who has stiff shoulders, poor mobility, or is trying to recover from an injury (and has been cleared for activity by a physical therapist). This can include:
- Poor shoulder range of motion
- Shoulder stiffness during or after exercise
- Shoulder injury minimization
Objective Assessments, Real Results
Included in the program are five assessments with thorough explanations on:
- Why they matter
- What they are specifically measuring
- How to execute them perfectly
This is very important because it's going to give you tangible feedback for your progress
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No more guessing. You now can see it happen instantly.
Own Your Range Of Motion
The program is divided into four two-week phases. Each phase of exercises builds upon the previous week(s). There are two types of exercise per phase:
Daily Drills: Mobility-specific exercises to get range of motion back.
Strength Exercises: One exercise per phase designed to help you "own" the new range of motion. Mobility is important, but being strong through that new range of motion and training your body to maintain it under stress is just as essential to your long-term success.
Extremely Detailed Videos
I understand it can be challenging to learn an exercise through a video without having a coach guide you through the process. That's why I have highly detailed 4K videos that each address:
- The purpose of the exercise
- How to do it with proper form
- What you should feel
- Common mistakes and how to correct them