…wird endlich gut erklärt:
Habe gerade entdeckt, dass Jim ein Video zum Thema Schulteröffnen hochgeladen hat.
Die Übung zu beschreiben, ist mir im Seminarbericht damals recht schwer gefallen. Genau diese hat uns Natalie damals auch vermittelt. Also die Erstgezeigte!
Hier nun bewegte Bilder anstelle von Worten:
Some of my acrobatic/mobility work from the week.
use to be incredibly tight – it was amazing I could even hold a
handstand, and I use to get impingement all the time.
improved significantly – and my handstands and one arm handstands have
improved as a result. I have hit a standstill though in my holds, and I
attribute that to still less than optimal overhead mobility.
exercise I’m working on looks to stabilize myself against a wall to
work optimal alignment. The hips are flexed to stabilize the lower back
and ribcage (minimize flared ribs), and the angle from the wall allows
me to open up my shoulders.
In some of the holds, I am also
turning the opposite shoulder toward the wall. This essentially will
externally rotate my supporting shoulder more. This is also the opposite
direction I tend to twist and fall out of in my regular one arm
handstand holds these days.
This is one of a few exercises I’m
currently working. We’ll see if it has any merit. Would love to hear
your favorite shoulder opening drills in the comments. I am looking to
improve that flexion and external rotation in the end range!