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Shoulder Stability Affects Performance In Multiple Sports

Shoulder Stability Affects Performance In Multiple Sports

What do baseball, volleyball, swimming, golf, lacrosse, football, softball, tennis and CrossFit have in common? They all require the arms to generate skilled, coordinated, and powerful directed movements. Each of these sports has very specific skill requirements that take years of repetition, training and coaching to master…

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Counter Dead Arm
Counter Dead Arm

Counter Dead Arm

The baseball season is in full swing and many players are facing the frustrating characteristics of “Dead Arm.” A month ago you were throwing in the mid-to high 80’s and now you are struggling to touch 80mph. “What happened? What is wrong with my arm?”

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Build Your Brakes to Increase Velocity

Build Your Brakes to Increase Velocity

It is not too late to build your arm strength for the upcoming season, but the clock is ticking. When we refer to arm strength, most people think we are referring to your ability to accelerate a baseball, however this is not the most critical component of arm strength. The decelerating muscles of your arm, the brakes for your arm, need to be the primary focus for all ball players.

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Shoulder Activation: The Most Essential Phase of Arm Care

Shoulder Activation: The Most Essential Phase of Arm Care

Crossover Symmetry’s Activation is the first and most important of the four Crossover Symmetry’s Arm Care Phases, (Activation, Recovery, Plyometric and Iron Scap). It is critical to build the right balance when it comes to scapular (shoulder blade) foundation muscles, rotator cuff control (four shoulder muscles) and transfer of energy from the legs, core and shoulder to the arm…

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scapjacked
Scapjacked

Scapjacked

The demands of the muscles groups required to accomplish the High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T) sport need to be complemented with shoulder rebalancing strengthening exercises. The typical H.I.I.T athlete has overdeveloped upper trapezius…