Be Active

IMG_0807Alison and Hannah with active shoulders.

Simple cues are used to make athletes get into good position.  Shrug your shoulders, spin your elbows forward, expose the armpit are all cues for getting athletes into an active shoulder position.  The cue however is not as important as the actual position.  The important thing to remember is memorize the position and how it feels, don't memorize the cue. 

To understand the complexity of the active shoulder watch this video.



Three rounds for time of:
Run 400 meters
21 Kettlebell swings, 1.5 pood
12 Pull-ups


This Saturday we are having Mark Bell come in for a one day clinic. We are lucky to get him to come down and share his expertise with us. If you have any interest in understanding the what and how of lifting heavy, this clinic is for you.  Sign Up HERE.