Yesterday I went to chiropractor because I had 2 subluxed ribs in my right shoulder area.
Basically, 2 ribs had popped right out of the cage and I had to go see my chiro, Erica, for her to pop them back in (thanks to my 9-year-old, Joey, for the photo)…
This happens to me on occasion and a lot of it has to do with my poor shoulder mechanics from when I was a younger athlete.
Now, because I've been training quite intensely, my shoulder will have a tendency to get out of its socket and cause the subluxation in my ribs.
I'm usually able to handle the discomfort – it's somewhat painful, but more of the annoying kind – but this time around I really couldn't handle it.
I've been working hard to really maintain my technique when I press and snatch, but at times when it's time to push the envelope, I sometime get caught messing up my shoulder.
It's nice to have an expert get in there to fix me and to help me improve my mechanics.
It seem as though I'm not alone since close to 40% of all resistance training injuries affect the shoulder complex, making it the #1 injury by far. And that's just the people that went to their practitioner about their issue – like me.
If you just have an annoying ache you could be headed down a slippery slope if you don't take some action to keep your shoulders healthy which is why I know the signs of when something is wrong and go see Dr. Erica as soon as I can to get fixed.
It should be obvious by now that I'm not a huge fan of Western medicine when it comes to issues that we can just as easily prevent like shoulder discomfort.
You and I should never let it get to the point where we are completely immobile and can't perform our workouts or live our lives with annoying shoulder pain.
So instead of waiting until it's too late, we can be proactive and do something about it.
Many a health issue can be avoided if we just focused on prevention instead of being reactive and only going to the doctor to get a pill because – or worse, surgery – because it's too late.
So to prevent any further discomfort or issue from the Number ONE kettlebell training injury, I suggest you start by checking out this article highlighting 4 strategies you can use to avoid shoulder pain…
￼The tips in the article are courtesy of Injury Specialist and Exercise Physiologist Rick Kaselj, MS who helped my buddy and fellow trainer Mike Westerdal recover from a shoulder injury he sustained while powerlifting.
In fact, Rick is THE go to guy not just for Mike but for athletes that want to get back to pain free workouts rather than being told, “not do what hurts.”
He's the same guy who teaches the other fitness professionals the newest techniques to help their own clients. He has given over 315 live presentations to over 6065 health and fitness professionals across Canada and the USA.
Whether You Have A Serious Shoulder Injury or a Nagging Pain…. ======================================================
You are going to be very interested in this news. Mike & Rick have teamed up to release a brand new system called, Fix My Shoulder Pain.
It's different than anything out there for several reasons. It's not designed for inactive people like our grandparents. It was created specifically for people that want to get back to their high intensity workouts without being told by the doctor that they need to find a new hobby.
That's obviously something you or I – being avid kettlebell enthusiasts – NEVER want to hear.
The “Traditional Shoulder Pain Model” involves endless cycles of appointments, investigations, stretching and strengthening.
After having hundreds of Rick's clients follow this Western model with minimal success, he needed to find a new model that breaks the traditional shoulder pain model and moves clients from painful shoulders to pain-free shoulders.
This led to the creation of his trademarked SR3 Method which is based on one key concept: Reshaping your shoulder from a painful shoulder joint to a pain-free shoulder joint and that's what Fix My Shoulder Pain is all about.
Here's the best part, they are releasing this at half off which comes out to less than $20 to celebrate this launch event.
If you have any kind of shoulder pain this is definitely worth getting. Learn just one technique that gives you some relief and it pays for itself…but you'll learn more than that. You'll feel like you used to before your shoulder started acting up.
Get advice from someone that cares, not someone that will send you on your way with a prescription or tell you to stop doing what hurts.
The fact that this on sale for so cheap is a bit insane. Rick charges $150 an hour to meet with local clients. Go grab your copy for yourself, a friend or a loved one before they come to their senses and start charging the hundreds of dollars it's worth.
Be Proactive. Your shoulders will thank you.
P.S. Rather than just stretching and strengthening which only provides temporary relief Rick's Method actually reconstructs the shoulder joint from the outside and inside.
Fix My shoulder Pain utilizing the SR3 Method is the first shoulder injury system ever created to help you get back to pain free workouts by focusing on alignment, tissue quality and activation & endurance.