Perry Nickelston

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When your thoracic spine doesn't rotate, you're missing strength and inviting injury elsewhere.
Train unfamiliar patterns to force your body to adapt and build resilience.
This exercise will light up the four muscles of your abdominal wall and improve hip-to-shoulder strength and stability.
This exercise will build strength, power, and force by working the posterior oblique subsystem.
Rotation is where #beastmode lives, and the tall kneeling press is a great place to start.
This exercise releases tightness in the thoracolumbar fascia while engaging the abdominal stabilizing muscles.
The neck is one part of the body's deep core stabilizing system, and weakness can create problems down the chain.
Fascial knots are a common performance inhibitor, but this crawl might be what you need to rediscover your movement potential.
If you hit a roadblock in improvement, take a step back and work on LSS functional patterning of the body.
Basic movement resets can help alleviate shoulder pain during resisted pressing.