Shoulder Stability Kettlebell Workout and Mobility

 

 

Working more with kettlebell MOBILITY & STABILITY strength this am, a lot of it is about teaching the muscles where to be and when and how to activate.
THIS overhead ‘Kb stretch’ is SUPER traditional in kettlebell training,
However I’ve added to it with the overhead stability to the knee bending and toe stretching and hip thrusting movements that will help you condition the body and help

  • Toe
  • Ankle
  • Foot
  • Hip
  • Back
    —> Mobility

THE OVERHEAD KB HOLD,
dynamic and amazing joint and we need to keep it as strong, mobile, and stable as we possible can.
*** if you are new to this, please ONLY go with the hold from standing
Then go through the rest of the movements NON-loaded (no Kb first)

YOUR SHOULDER
The shoulder complex collectively consists of the glenohumeral (GH) joint, the acromioclavicular (AC) joint, the sternoclavicular (SC) joint, and the scapulothoracic joint (or articulation – this is not true a joint).

SHOULDER INSTABILITY

This occurs when the shoulder joint deviates out of its normal position (the humeral head moves out of the glenoid). And I see this ALL THE TIME! This can be a minor shift in movement, which is called a subluxation, or can result in a more severe dislocation in the shoulder.

OVERHEAD HOLD & OVERHEAD HOLD WITH KNEE AND HIP (as shown above)
By stabilizing first and then moving AROUND the shoulder with stability you are essentially functioning and firing by moving through a broad range of motion, while the RTC is firing and stabilizing the entire time.

TRY THIS, post or pre exercise or on its own after the body is warm for morning or mid-day (anti sitting) mobility )

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