Optimal Shoulder Performance

Filed under: General Health, Training

As many or all of you know I work at Cressey Performance, with hundreds of baseball players, healthy and unhealthy. Eric Cressey is a genius when it comes to the shoulder, and I have seen first hand how effective his methods are for getting guys with injured shoulders back on the field, or keeping them from ever coming off it. Working with Eric day in and day out truly gives you an appreciation for his dedication to his clients and their health.

Eric recently teamed up with the brilliant Mike Reinold for a seminar on Optimal Shoulder Performance. Mike is currently the Head Athletic Trainer of the Boston Red Sox. He had previously spent the last 4 years as the Rehabilitation Coordinator and Assistant Athletic Trainer. He is also the Coordinator of Rehabilitation Research and Education of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Sports Medicine Division, of Massachusetts General Hospital at the MGH Sports Center in Boston, MA. Needless to say, this combination of minds knows a thing or two about shoulder health and performance.

Eric and Mike held an incredible seminar at Cressey Performance a few months ago that I had the pleasure of not only being at, but being in. Yes, yours truly was the model for many of the exercise demonstrations at the seminar. It was an incredible learning experience for all. Fortunately for those of you not in attendance, Eric and Mike recorded the entire event, and are selling the DVD set of Optimal Shoulder Performance at initial low offer of only $97! It will soon go up to its normal price of $127, so act fast. Plus as an added bonus, my beautiful mug graces the cover!

If you train athletes or work with people who have shoulder problems, this is far and away the best information in one place to maximize your ability to help you clients, and keep them healthy.

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Posted on April 6th, 2010 by Brian St. Pierre

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