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Today, Shirt, and For: found this HUMERUS Im having my left leg amputated today. I wore this shirt and wrote this on my leg for the surgeons. If I couldnt laugh about it

Im having my left leg amputated today. I wore this shirt and wrote this on my leg for the surgeons. If I couldnt laugh about it

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Today, Shirt, and For: found this HUMERUS Im having my left leg amputated today. I wore this shirt and wrote this on my leg for the surgeons. If I couldnt laugh about it

Im having my left leg amputated today. I wore this shirt and wrote this on my leg for the surgeons. If I couldnt laugh about it

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Today, Shirt, and For: found this HUMERUS Im having my left leg amputated today. I wore this shirt and wrote this on my leg for the surgeons. If I couldnt laugh about it

Im having my left leg amputated today. I wore this shirt and wrote this on my leg for the surgeons. If I couldnt laugh about it

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Bones, Gif, and Tumblr: kimhartisbi: celticpyro: coolthingsyoucanbuy: Crayons shaped like an opossum humerus Gay bones.

kimhartisbi: celticpyro: coolthingsyoucanbuy: Crayons shaped like an opossum humerus Gay bones.

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Bones, Gif, and Target: kimhartisbi: celticpyro: coolthingsyoucanbuy: Crayons shaped like an opossum humerus Gay bones.

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Comfortable, Memes, and Affect: HOW ARM LENGTHS AFFECT SQUAT BAR POSITION HUMERUS-13.2 IN HUMERUS- 12.9 IN FOREARM-12.6 IN FOREARM-11 GIN SHORTER RELATIVE FOREARM LONGER RELATIVE FOREARM 97.7% OF HUMERUSLENGTH 87.6% OF HUMERUS LENGTH GREATNESS HAS TO USE WIDE GRIPTO HIGH BAR CAN USE ANARROW GRIP TO HIGH BAR CAN'T DO LOW BAR CAN USE A MEDIUM GRIP TO LOW BAR @drjacob,harden armhfitness BONE STRUCTURE & BAR POSITION There are a lot of factors that go into finding your best bar position in the squat. Some of them include hip and ankle mobility, muscle group targets, strength levels, shoulder mobility, and just simple comfort. . One that doesn't get a lot of talk though is the ☠bone structure of your arms. This can have a big role in what position feels most comfortable for you. This was very apparent as I was working with @rmhfitness_ today on his. . What we see here is a big difference in relative forearm length, meaning the length of the forearm when compared to the humerus (upper arm bone). Rikki has a forearm almost the same length as his humerus (97.7%) and you can see how his palm falls well above the line of the shoulder. So he has to use a wide grip just to do high bar, and low bar isn't really possible. So maintaining a baseline shoulder mobility is going to be very important for him to make sure he can squat comfortably. . On the other side, you see how my forearm is much shorter relatively, at only 87.6%. My palm falls right on the shoulder line so I have no issues going narrow on a high bar. And if I move out a little wider, I can low bar comfortably. So shoulder mobility isn't going to be as much of a factor simply because I have more wiggle room due to my anatomy. . So here's what you do... . 📸Snap a picture of yourself in the position we show with the arms tucked in to the sides and elbows flexed. . ✏Draw a line at the shoulder and see where your palm falls in relation to it. . 📐Optional: draw lines on the arm and measure humerus and forearm length to see what percentage you get. Do you look more like the left or the right? Let me know below! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

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Blade, Gym, and Memes: Rotator cuff problems Inflamed/torn tendons Does This Movement Hurt Shoulder impingement pain is one of the common injuries athletes sustain. If you have pain on the front-lateral part of your shoulder with the test (shown upper left), your pain may be due to this type of problem👊🏻 . This problem in athletes can be due to poor posture, lack of dynamic stability (coordination) or muscle imbalances (rotator cuff weakness). This causes the humerus (arm bone) to rotate off its center axis & push into different tissues, leading to eventual pain ❌ . The banded exercises shown below (called the upper extremity matrix at @boostsportskc) is a great exercise to help restore this strength & coordination. Perform 2 sets of 10 movements up, out and down as shown. Let your arm move back to the start position SLOWLY. This will lead to a good fatigue in the outside of the shoulder✅ & should NOT cause pain❌ . If this does not help decrease pain, also look at shoulder blade (scapula) positioning & thoracic spine mobility as movement problems-stiffness in both can lead to impingements as well . As always, these corrective exercises are to help with minor aches & pains that occur during barbell training. If you have a serious injury or have been dealing with pain for a long time, I always recommend going to get checked out by a medical practitioner. _________________________________ Squat University is the ultimate guide to realizing the strength to which the body is capable of. The information within these pages are provided to empower you to become a master of your physical body. Through these teachings you will find what is required in order to rid yourself of pain, decrease risk for injury, and improve your strength and athletic performance. ________________________________ Squat SquatUniversity Powerlifting weightlifting crossfit training wod workout gym fit fitfam fitness fitspo oly olympicweightlifting hookgrip mobility USAW physicaltherapy lifting crossfitter correctiveexercise shoulderpain
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Memes, 🤖, and Blood: Rotator Cuff Warm Up Routine Anterior Posterior upraspinatus eres Minor Subscapularis Infraspinatus adrjacob harden WHY YOUR ROTATOR CUFF IS SO IMPORTANT For tonight's Move Better Monday, we're talking shoulders, and specifically the rotator cuff. Stability in a joint comes from ✌ two sources, form closure and force closure. Form closure comes from the anatomy of the joints. Think of the hip. You have a ball rolling around in a 🍜 bowl so there is a lot of bony stability innate to the joint, i.e. high form closure. The shoulder is the opposite. It's a ball rolling around on a 🍛 plate. There is little to no bony stability so it the only way to keep the ball on the plate is to saran wrap it down via muscular tension, i.e. force closure. All of this is to highlight the importance of the muscular "saran wrap" so to speak. That's your rotator cuff. It keeps the head of the humerus (the ball) 🎯 centered on the glenoid of the scapula (the plate). So if it is weak or deconditioned, we tend to run into issues. I've seen some 😒 bad warm ups in my days at commercial gyms but the rotator cuff ones take the cake, and I think most of that comes from simply just not knowing how to work it. So here we go. This warm up starts you with dynamic movement to get some blood flowing (and a nasty burn as any of my patients can tell you 😈) and progresses you to dynamic stabilization since that's what we really want in our big compound lifts. I run through the whole thing as a 🔄 circuit. Start light with these. The 5 pound plate isn't necessarily for beginners. Run through the whole thing slow and controlled and you'll have a nice 💪 shoulder pump before even starting your workout. . 🎵 - Justin Stone - Ethic MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody
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