Here are a few exercises and movements you can incorporate to clean up those shoulders and keep them healthy, cause mine ain’t too happy now.
Surfing requires the seamless integration of many movement patterns all at the same time on an inherently unstable and changing surface. Floor-based exercises have no carry-over to our sport. You heard me. None.
Injuries are a sign that you have a restriction somewhere else that needs to be corrected. The site of the pain is often just where you have to compensate. Step number one is identifying where your restrictions are and dealing with them.
In the brewing process, a little creativity can help develop unique beer flavors. Everything from peppercorns to chocolate to pumpkin can give a pilsner or stout its stand-out character.
Research published in the Journal of Depression and Anxiety suggests that drinking sweetened beverages, especially diet versions, could be linked to a greater chance of developing depression.
If you’ve been tempted to sip on an energy drink that boasts more “energy enhancements” than caffeine, including ingredients such as taurine, ginseng, B-vitamins, yerba mate and more, you’ve been swindled.
Those damn shoulders…. surfer’s shoulders. If’ they’re grinding, dislocating, inflamed, crunchy, or pain provoking, then your surfing is suffering, and when you can’t surf because of joint pain, it’s a terribly frustrating thing.
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