Habit: a behavior pattern followed until it has become nearly inescapable Over the last 15+ years working with endurance athletes and clients from around the world, I’ve seen far too many …
You may be thinking these changes are a bad thing, but in fact, this very mechanism of the human organism- adapting to the working demands we place on out body- has led us to be able to survive for however many thousands of years, as we’ve adapted to the stressors and demands placed on us.
While posture and shoulder health have a huge impact on our overall well-being and can have significant and far-reaching effects, those effects are not always felt before it’s too late in the game.
This is especially true for Road Cyclists, runners, and triathletes, as their sport, by design, requires the body to work for long periods of time, preferably as energy efficiently as possible.
How can Triathletes and Swimmers avoid the dreaded swimmers shoulder in just 15 minutes a day?