Release Your Tight Shoulders With These Powerful 15 Minute Routines — Shoulder Flexibility Solution

Release Your Tight Shoulders With These Powerful 15 Minute Routines — Shoulder Flexibility SolutionClick Image To Visit SiteTHIS ARTICLE IS FOR: Anyone who is sick of nagging shoulder and neck pain, shoulders that feel old and rusty and muscles that feel like they’ve been tied in knots for YEARS…

Wow, I’ve been doing this online coaching thing for a while now but I guess time flies when you’re having fun!

And in that time, I’ve continued to study and learn, not just about training and performance, but also how best to create programs to ensure effective implementation and adherence.

In fact, that’s been kind of a trademark for me – making the complex simple and the abstract tangible, so that when you get one of my programs, there’s no question as to what to do – you simply follow the clear and concise directions and voila, you get the results promised.

I’ve also learned to LISTEN. Not just because my wife is always bugging me to, but because I finally realized that it made sense to give my clients exactly what they want and need as opposed to coming up with what I think they want or need.

And one of the problems my clients kept asking me to address was tight shoulders and all of the associated issues, which include:

Now, before I reveal the step-by-step SYSTEM that will unlock your tight shoulders, we’ve got to discuss a very important fact that a lot of people get wrong about how to fix tight shoulders, which is that…

Typical Static Stretching Is By Far The LEAST Effective Method For Improving Your Flexibility LONG-TERM

Static stretching is another product of the conventional thinking that the entire medical system is based upon – treat the symptoms instead of figuring out and addressing the root cause.

If all you’re doing is static stretches for these issues, you’re not addressing other more important factors that are key to ensuring that you can keep the gains you make.

However there are key details about how to strengthen those muscles that will make the difference, which we’ll get to later.

But if you exercise, play a sport or move your body in anyway other than walking and getting up and down from sitting, then static stretching won’t give you everything you need.

Flexibility is specific and if all you’re doing is passive, static stretching, you’re not improving your range of motion for dynamic movements, since dynamic movements require more than just flexible muscles.

To improve range of motion in dynamic movements, you need to loosen tight muscles (and fascia and other soft tissue) and you also need to improve strength and coordination as well as reprogram your neuromuscular system to use the new range of motion you achieve.

If all you do is static stretching, you may improve range of motion in that stretch, but once you go to use it in a movement you won’t have the strength or coordination to get in or out of that range… Read more…