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  • David Pierce

    Reply Reply September 18, 2016

    Just want to say Thank you for putting in the effort and making these great Videos.
    I’m a Performance Trainer, i work primarily with Tennis players and we know how important the Scapular stability, mobility and strength are for them. we also focus on the hips as well, those 2, Scapulas and Hips are the prime engines we are always looking to improve on. So thanks again Eric!! keep up the good work!!

  • Rosemary Zalen

    Reply Reply August 23, 2016

    – I have stiffness in my GH joints and am limited in internal rotation and external rotation. I hope that you will include exercises to increase these two rotations.

  • Ethan Gagorik

    Reply Reply August 21, 2016

    After scoring a great on the test I was wondering if a specific training I do on a regular basis is to thank for the result. Over the last 4 years I have integrated martial long staff training into my workouts. More times than not I spent a majority of my workout week twirling a 6 ft staff around in fluid motions. Outside of that specific work I barely lift any weights for shoulder strengthening. Is this a happy coincidence or am I on the correct path for retaining a healthy scapula? I wonder if this kind of training, though it benefits me now, may rear its ugly face in the future and actually be damaging my muscles over the long haul. As I mentioned I am very curious and a professionals opinion on the matter will definitely help me improve or fix potential problems that may not be inherently visible.

  • Susan Skinner

    Reply Reply August 19, 2016

    I feel that my shoulders and scapula are healthy. I used to do ballet and gymnastics of your form especially with pulling your shoulders back with your back muscles and pinching your scapula.

    • Eric Wong

      Reply Reply August 19, 2016

      Well that’s why you scored a “Great” Susan. 🙂

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