Amy Fahlman, a CAMPT-Certified physiotherapist, talks about one of her passions CrossFit and shoulder pain or shoulder strain that may result. In this video, Amy will explain why CrossFit shoulder injuries can happen and how physiotherapy, manual therapy and exercise can help.
I cannot express the importance of engaging in regular physical activity. It is without question the most important thing you can prioritize for your wellbeing. CrossFit is a great solution to the common time and commitment issues that commonly plague consistent physical activity, and here’s why:
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Shoulder pain is a common complaint among CrossFit athletes. Here is how I can help you recover from your shoulder injuries so you can keep pushing your fitness limits.
CrossFit requires a high level of shoulder mobility and stability to perform the workouts safely and injury free, though it is relatively uncommon to have both these attributes at the same time. Since you probably don’t love putting in the extra time required to build a base of stability and mobility, here are the best bang for your buck exercises to make the most amount of gains in the least amount of time (15 minutes 3-4 days a week).
It can be challenging to stay physically active in our increasingly demanding lives, with a couple of the biggest hurdles to being motivation and commitment. This is where CrossFit comes in...