Originally Posted by Dreamliner
Yeah, I'm 'some sort of trainer.'
I'm studying for my CPT-ACSM but have been training people for awhile.
I've also been working to correct a fairly prominent case of kyphosis and forward head. The former has improved significantly and the latter marginally. I try to take a global approach to aches and pains. And I suspect all these measures go to provide more 'breathing room' for the rotator cuff.
Yeah I get a lot of kyphosis and FHP clients at the massage clinic...I usually tell them to strengthen the neck/upper back and stretch the front (ant. delts, pecs, scalenes) to bring the shoulders back...yeah so for you make sure you stretch delts, pecs, scalenes, biceps, etc...any muscle that attaches to the shoulder or clavicle basically...