Today I have an interview for you on shoulder pain and movement.
Here it is:
Along with the great content, I wanted for you to see me.
I wanted you to see that I am a real person.
Why I say this is, I was doing some research for a new injury workout that I have coming out on frozen shoulder. I came across a few products that I wanted to look at. I saw the products were from the same person based on the photo that was on the website page but his name was different depending on the product.
I was shocked to see this.
I was wondering if you were wondering, if I was real. I am and if you want, you can come out to Surrey, BC, Canada to see me for a shoulder assessment.
Now lets get into the details of today’s interview.
You will see that I talk about ExercisesForInjuries.com . This is another website that I have that helps fitness professionals better understand injuries when it comes to what it is, what to do and the best exercises. A lot of people other than fitness professionals where finding the site and asking me about shoulder aches, injuries and pain. This lead to the development of ShoulderPainSolved.com .
CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with me (Rick Kaselj)
This is what I go through in the interview:
- When it comes to knee pain, strengthen is important but there is something that was just discovered in research which is more important
- Importance of loosening things up in the upper body prior to doing exercise with dynamic movement
- 3 Pre-habilitation exercises for skiiing and snowboarding
- The importance of scapular exercises when it comes to the prevention and rehabilitation from shoulder pain
- Why you need to train the body in all three planes of movement in order to prevent knee and shoulder injuries
- A Great kettle bell exercise to help the core
- Importants of doing upper body reactionary work
- Quick things that you can do for your shoulder pain with a tennis ball
- Importance of looking at the direction of the injury when it comes to exercise prescription and design
- Exercises that you can do to fight your poor posture at work
- Who is Rick Kaselj?
A big thank you Troy Pesola of CubeDwellerFitness.com for asking me to share some information to his readers, viewers and listeners.
Rick Kaselj, MS
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