My Top 5 Most Read Posts 

Happy New Year!


I want to thank all my readers that continue to inspire me to share my thoughts online to help us all grow. I am truly honored to be able to help so many people. With 2016 staring us in the face, I want to share my top 5 articles on I hope you enjoy the holidays and get a little down time to go back and read any of these you may have missed!

1. Self Myofascial Release for Climbers
This is a game-changer for those who want to keep tissues healthy! In Dr. Kelly Starrett’s book, Becoming a Supple Leopard, he says; “When it comes to mobility there are no off days.” To make change in the affected tissues consistent work must be done. 

2. Climber Posture Part 1, Climber Posture Part 2
In part 1 find out if you have climber posture and why it’s important. In part 2 find out what you can do about climber posture. The fix! 

3. Elbow Pain & Your Neck

How your elbow pain could actually be misdiagnosed nerve impingement syndrome coming from the neck! 

4. Scapulothoracic Positioning for Climbing

As overhead athletes it is very important to understand shoulder mechanics as well as the strength and range of motion demands that overhead movement has on the shoulders. Especially if we want to maintain healthy shoulders for the duration of our long climbing careers. I explain it all in this post!

5. Shoulder Impingement Part 1, Shoulder Impingement Part 2

In part 1 I discuss what shoulder impingement is and how to decide if you might have it. In part 2 I discuss treatment approaches. 

Hope you enjoy them! Thanks again for reading and let me know what you think in the comments section!  


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