This article will give a thorough understanding of the similarities and differences between modalities, which modality is best for certain injuries, how they are best used in your training, and what their overall purpose is.
The first article of this series covered quick, effective drills to use prior to training that will improve your lower body performance. Now let's look at the upper body and address the three most common dysfunction in strength athletes.
There are four joints that make up the shoulder and 12 muscles that act on the scapula. These simple range of motion screens can help you identify issues and develop a plan to train for correcting them.