Posts Tagged ‘shoulder’

It is common to encounter individuals who experience shoulder pain with certain exercises from time to time. Most coaches and trainers are aware that the rotator cuff is a common culprit. In addition, SLAP tears (superior labral tear from anterior to posterior) can also cause pain for those active in overhead...

Several studies show that the dominant arm in baseball throwers have increased external rotation and decreased internal rotation compared with their non-dominant arm.  (4,5)  This loss of internal rotation on the throwing arm compared to non-throwing arm is defined as GIRD, or glenohumeral internal rotation...

Nate Shaw, ATC, CSCS, Major League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, Arizona Diamondbacks Nate Shaw joined the Diamondbacks in 2005, after a three-year stint in the Tampa Bay Devil Rays organization, the last two as their minor league strength and conditioning coordinator. He spent his first season in the Rays’...