Improving Shoulder Function - Part 3

by Evan Osar |   Date Released : 03 Jul 2008
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Audiences around the world have seen Dr. Evan Osar’s dynamic and original presentations. His passion for improving human movement and helping the fitness professionals think bigger about their role can be seen and felt in every course he teaches. His 20-year background in fitness and experience as a chiropractic physician provide a unique prospective for any audience. Dr. Osar has become known for taking challenging information and putting into useable information the fitness professional can apply immediately.
Dr. Osar is the author of The Corrective Exercise Approach to Common Hip and Shoulder Dysfunction, due to be released in the spring of 2012. He is a regular presenter at fitness conventions and the developer of the Integrative Movement Specialist™ certification.

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Simão, Pedro | 12 May 2011, 18:13 PM

Thinking in posterior oblique chain and those functinal pull patterns. Now consider the backhand with one hand (rigth) in tennis... The front leg should be the left (connection of the left glute and rigth shoulder) but we see and do the opposite! The rigth leg as front leg. Am I crazy or the tecnique mastered for a long time is non-functional?
Pedro (Brasil)

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