UPPER BODY VIDEOS


UPPER BODY – 477 VIDEOS – OCTOBER 2022


WARM-UP – MOBILITY – JUMPING



STRENGTH & MUSCLE MASS


  1. PUSH – CHEST REGION: PECTORALIS MAJOR | SERRATUS ANTERIOR | PECTORALIS MINOR – November – 2022
  2. PULL – LATS | TERES MAJOR | TRAPS | LEVATOR SCAPULAE | RHOMBOIDS – November – 2022
  3. SHOULDERS – DELTOIDS – November – 2022
  4. ROTATOR CUFF – SUPRASPINATUS, INFRASPINATUS, TERES MINOR, SUBSCAPULARIS – November 2022
  5. UPPER ARM – TRICEPS – November – 2022
  6. UPPER ARM – BICEPSNovember – 2022
  7. LOWER ARM & HAND – FOREARMS | ELBOWS | WRISTS | HANDS | FINGERS – November – 2022

RECOVERY:
NEURODYNAMICS, MASSAGE BALLS, ROLLING, STRETCH


  1. CHEST REGION: PECTORALIS MAJOR | SERRATUS ANTERIOR | PECTORALIS MINOROCTOBER – 2022
  2. LATS | TERES MAJOR | TRAPS | LEVATOR SCAPULAE | RHOMBOIDS – OCTOBER – 2022
  3. SHOULDER: DELTOIDS | ROTATOR CUFF – OCTOBER – 2022
  4. TRICEPS | BICEPS – APRIL – 2022
  5. FOREARMS | ELBOWS | WRISTS | HANDS | FINGERS – APRIL – 2022

INJURIES & CONDITIONS


NOTE: If you are injured you must see a Rehabilitation Professional. Nothing on this website is a substitute for that.


SCAPULA-SHOULDER-ROTATOR CUFF



ROTATOR CUFF TENDINOPATHY & ROTATOR CUFF TEARS


AC JOINT PAIN


ARTHRITIS


STIFF SHOULDER


TRICEPS & BICEPS



BICEP TENDINOPATHY


ELBOW-FOREARM-WRIST-HAND



ELBOW TENDINOPATHY

  • Tennis Elbow = Lateral Epicondylitis = Outside of Elbow
  • Golfer’s Elbow = Medial Epicondylitis = Inside of Elbow
  • TENDINOPATHY: is any problem involving a tendon. The tendons can be worn, injured, stretched, and/or torn.
  • TENDONITIS: is acute inflammation of the tendon due to small (micro) tears (the suffix “itis” indicates inflammation)
  • TENDINOSIS: is the non-inflammatory degeneration of a tendon. This degeneration can include changes to the structure or composition of the tendon. These changes often result from repetitive strain-injuries to a tendon without adequate time to heal.


CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

  • ORTHOINFO – Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that causes numbness, tingling, and pain in the hand and forearm. The condition occurs when one of the major nerves to the hand — the median nerve — is squeezed or compressed as it travels through the wrist.


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