Do you ever feel a painful ping in your shoulder when you’re in the elbow or palm position of the get-up?
If you do, it may be because you’ve placed your shoulder in a less-than-ideal position, putting unnecessary stress on the joint, muscles, and tendons.
When you add in the weight of a kettlebell and you repeat this not-so-good position, it can be a recipe for shoulder pain, and even injury. 😣
I’m not a doctor (far from it), but I do know a thing or two about the get-up — like how to do get-ups to make your shoulders stronger and more resilient, and avoid putting them at risk.
Good news: we made it to PART 4 of our get-up series!
In this video, I’m helping you fix six wonky things that happen during the last portion of the get-up:
You’ll learn how to hit the safest and strongest positions for your shoulders, and some other handy tidbits as well.
Btw, have you watched parts 1 through 3 yet?
They’re all under 5 minutes long, and they’re helpful. Do your homework, watch parts 1 through 3, and meet me back here when you’re done. Ok?