Relieving Shoulder Problems – Shoulder Mobility Routine

Relieving Shoulder Problems – Shoulder Mobility Routine

Do you have FUNCTIONAL shoulder mobility? Here’s a routine that will help you along the way if this is one of your stumbling blocks with your functional movement.

Please share this blogpost if you found this video to be useful. Lots of work go into these videos and any kind of help is greatly appreciated :)

Stetch intentionally,
not habitually,

Naudi

2017-01-18T20:26:13+00:00

23 Comments

  1. Ask March 23, 2015 at 9:51 am - Reply

    Hey Naudi.
    Nice video. I’ve watched most of your videos including the power of posture ‘quintology’ which are very informative and helpful. One thing I took note of with this one is that you seem very calm and at peace which reflects in your tempo of speech and your overall presentation in a positive way. Another thing i noticed is where you mention people training push ups and similar destructive excercises, it is not accompanied by pejorative remarks which gladdens me. I’ve noticed that a lot of angry comments have been shot back and forth on other videos you’ve made. I’ve have not, admittedly, read most of them but can imagine what is going on. I can understand the need to return in kind when people flame you and your work but I think it makes you the better man if you don’t lower yourself to responding to useless spiteful remarks and keep to answering the constructive criticism instead. I have some friends who work out a lot in the gym who i’m trying to introduce to your philosophy but I also know that it takes time to convince them and must be done slowly and little by little. People who get ‘big results’ will be reluctant to change their style or even admit if they have any pain or other problems as they might view it as a weakness.
    Keep up the good work. All your videos are much appreciated. You have at least one fan in Denmark trying to spread the word.
    Cheers
    Ask

  2. Pauline March 23, 2015 at 11:12 am - Reply

    Good job, I find your fitness videos very motivational as I am on my journey of a personal trainer and group fitness instructor and have just started out so this really helps me to better train my clients …. Thank you .

  3. Miriam March 23, 2015 at 5:19 pm - Reply

    This was awesome. I was having difficulty with my shoulder and neck muscle. I was afraid that I had a rotator cuff problem. It was all about stretching. You have helped me tremendously. I am 61 and want to stay active and fit for the rest of my life.

  4. Woody March 23, 2015 at 9:45 pm - Reply

    Range of motion is a better indicator for health than age.

  5. Lauren March 25, 2015 at 7:32 am - Reply

    awesome! love it! Thank you!

  6. Andrea Jones March 25, 2015 at 8:01 am - Reply

    I am a class fitness instructor in the uk, bean pounding my body for over 20 years and know it has started to let me down……… Find all your videos very helpful. They have helped me with lots of joint issues…Would like to know if you have any on knee problems
    Andrea 🙂

    • Ashley May 23, 2015 at 6:44 am - Reply

      Andrea, this is a really good opportunity to rebel against the fitness industry and take this man’s great work into your own work. Do it for every client who may suffer like you have.

  7. Teri March 28, 2015 at 8:57 am - Reply

    Great instructional video Naudi, as I found it very helpful! I would love if you could do an instructional video on Scoliosis.
    Thank you so much for your continued effort to educate the fitness industry, I really appreciate your time and efforts.
    I hope one day to attend one of your certification courses!
    Yours in Fitness,
    Teri

  8. Prince April 3, 2015 at 2:54 pm - Reply

    Hi it’s s good range of exercise programme keep it up

  9. Eric Cooper April 14, 2015 at 4:41 pm - Reply

    Seems like I see upper serratus anterior greatly contributing to the forward shoulder issue. I can bring my shoulders forward with upper serratus ant without pect mj. Overall, I think you do a great job. Thank you.

  10. Holly April 26, 2015 at 10:27 am - Reply

    Naudi! I love your stuff 🙂 Can you give some exercise for shoulder laxity’s (eg. anterior laxity of the shoulder joint) and strengthening/stretching/modification to counteract laxity?

  11. John May 22, 2015 at 2:09 am - Reply

    Awesome Naudi!

    I loved this video. I get a lot of clients with shoulder issues and tight lats. I think this will help them a lot.

    Thank you very much!!!!!

  12. Mark M June 5, 2015 at 7:44 pm - Reply

    Interesting points here. Functional mobility of the shoulders (and hips) is really important.

  13. Dave June 23, 2015 at 7:16 am - Reply

    Interesting. I have a shoulder issue. After 30 years of pumping iron, I still enjoy learning new and different things. This will help.

  14. Crystal bibee August 30, 2015 at 7:50 am - Reply

    The video was awesome! So much great information!

  15. Meredith Manning November 16, 2015 at 5:20 am - Reply

    I find your explanations more helpful and practical than many in the industry.

  16. Pasha January 13, 2016 at 5:08 am - Reply

    You’re doing a super job, Naudi!

    Keep up!

    My best wishes

  17. Terri January 22, 2016 at 6:48 am - Reply

    Eager to give this a try. My shoulders and neck are definitely my weakest points!

  18. Dylan England January 29, 2016 at 3:52 am - Reply

    Great concept for improving active range of motion and preventing injuries in the future. Working Physical Therapy, these stretches are highly common along with a variety of other ones. Other than stretching scapular stabilization of course would be next step due to imbalances.
    Great Posting!

  19. Dante April 1, 2016 at 11:01 am - Reply

    Thanks man, i found it very help full
    I been practicing calistenia and body weigth training and some times depending on the intensity of the routine, specially when i focus on the back ( hanging exercises) the Next day i feel pain in posterior delts and its dificult to elevete my arms in a full extented way, what i do is just put some ice in the shoulders for the next to days and start with movility for the shoulders and it helps but i know that im doing something wrong…..
    I will continue watching your videos so i can fix this problem and change my routines too.
    thanks naudi.

  20. Vik June 20, 2016 at 8:52 pm - Reply

    i have rotator cuff injury, can u please tell what to do ?

  21. Shari Dill July 11, 2016 at 8:22 pm - Reply

    I love these! Simple, you can do them anywhere and instant gratification – ha Just sitting at my desk watching the video I did the neck stretch and I feel better. I am a massage therapist and raced triathlon so my neck and shoulders have definitely lived a lot of life. Thanks for posting this video – definitely buying the book.

  22. Kris April 17, 2017 at 9:30 pm - Reply

    When flatting lumbar spine to the bench, you are no longer in neutral spine ya? Why? because you have just flattened the natural curve of your spine, and when adding load to a flattened lumbar, this is the cause to a lot of kyphosis problems, not all but some. This is also why it’s so common to see pilates practitioners developing kyphosis because they cue to flatten lumbar to the floor instead of maintaining neutral spine. I love your video’s but I just had to comment on this.. I’m sure you have a rebuttal to what I have said, and if so, that’s great, I look forward to hearing your response 🙂 Take care and keep up all the great work

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