3 Step Tricep Fix

June 18, 2017 – 2:26 pm

Why has overhead strength become limited and painful due to your tricep? The long head of the triceps crosses the shoulder and attaches to the supraglenoid tubercle on the scapula, and assists the more powerful latissimus dorsi in extending the shoulder.

To release the tightness, you must take the long head of the triceps through its full range of motion, which requires elbow flexion and shoulder flexion simultaneously.
My 3 step tricep fix not only guarantees success, it gives you a test to prove improvement.

Despite being a small joint, more tissues crosses the elbow than the knee, so you must first decompress it with my Hitchhiker drill. I first published it in 1997, and over those two decades, it’s been frequently taught incorrectly, so do it the way I show here.

Then, test your current range in four overhead positions, demonstrated in the video, as well. Check both the quantity of range as well as the quality of smoothness in transition between the positions.

Next, you’ll perform my Hitchhiker using a Mobility Ring in 3 directions: neutral, overhead and cross-body.

Finally, retest and see the voodoo of the instantly improved range and smoothness.
www.MobilityRing.com
#mobilityring #mobility #nmap #rmaxinternational #scottsonnon

 

 

3 Step Tricep Fix Why has overhead strength become limited and painful due to your tricep? The long head of the triceps crosses the shoulder and attaches to the supraglenoid tubercle on the scapula, and assists the more powerful latissimus dorsi in extending the shoulder. To release the tightness, you must take the long head of the triceps through its full range of motion, which requires elbow flexion and shoulder flexion simultaneously. My 3 step tricep fix not only guarantees success, it gives you a test to prove improvement. Despite being a small joint, more tissues crosses the elbow than the knee, so you must first decompress it with my Hitchhiker drill. I first published it in 1997, and over those two decades, it’s been frequently taught incorrectly, so do it the way I show here. Then, test your current range in four overhead positions, demonstrated in the video, as well. Check both the quantity of range as well as the quality of smoothness in transition between the positions. Next, you’ll perform my Hitchhiker using a Mobility Ring in 3 directions: neutral, overhead and cross-body. Finally, retest and see the voodoo of the instantly improved range and smoothness. www.MobilityRing.com #mobilityring #mobility #nmap #rmaxinternational #scottsonnon

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