I wrote this shoulder ebook to help improve the lives of countless people who are suffering from shoulder pain and injury. Now you can have it too!
Find out how to treat and prevent your shoulder injuries for good!
You may feel frustrated because of the long-term pain you have been experiencing in your shoulders due to frozen shoulder, impingement, rotator cuff tears, etc.
I am presenting you an opportunity to understand:
I have experienced this frustration first hand through countless numbers of my own clients who experienced rotator cuff tears, impingements, thoracic outlet syndrome, and just muscle weakness.
I’ve spent the past several months rehabilitating my own shoulder after a broken collarbone left the muscles tight and atrophied leading to shoulder myalgia or muscle pain.
-- Margaret Nabilek
-- Dave Lorimer, Age 60
-- Sandy Rudich, Age 63
More and more people like yourself are coming to learn that surgery is not always the best solution for shoulder pain.
More often than not the issue can be addressed with proper stretching and shoulder strengthening exercises.
Even if you do go through surgery the pre and post rehab of the shoulder muscles using this exercise system will bring you back to normal functioning more quickly and with less chance of re-injury.
1. The anatomy of the shoulder girdle complex and why it is so susceptible to injury.
2. Common shoulder injuries or conditions that develop from overuse, under-use, and traumatic injury to the shoulder girdle.
3. Pictures and detailed descriptions of how to first gain range of motion back in the shoulder after injury, then exercises to stabilize and strengthen the shoulder girdle, and then finally how to strengthen the muscles that surround and protect the fragile shoulder complex.
You will have access to loads of pictures and detailed descriptions in this shoulder ebook.
The exercises will take you from pain and weakness through a process of regaining your range of motion.
Then you will learn to stabilize the muscles that support the shoulder, and finally strengthen the all-important muscles of the shoulder including the rotator cuff muscles.
This exercises in this shoulder ebook, if followed in the order of progression: Stretch, Stabilize, Strengthen will take you from pain and atrophy to a healthy functioning shoulder so you can enjoy life again!
My name is Jennifer Adolfs and I am the founder of this website Pilates-Back-Joint-Exercise.com and I believe that a well functioning body is made up of a healthy spine and joints.
My goal is to help individuals, like yourself who are looking for solutions to back and joint pain to help themselves through corrective exercises.
I have been specializing in working with people who have musculoskeletal conditions for over 12 years.
In the past 7 years since using Pilates and the techniques described in this shoulder ebook specifically for shoulders I have witnessed amazing results from people like yourself in shoulder strength and normal functional use.
The exercises and concepts used in this shoulder ebook are Pilates – based, which doesn’t mean you need a special machine or piece of equipment to do them.
It takes into account the fact that you may just be doing them in your own home and can use whatever is available to you.
I have utilized stretch bands or tubes and small dumbbells for your convenience.
These exercises are described and shown for your own personal use at home or wherever you want to exercise.
Being Pilates-based means that the exercises are done with the principles of:
Using proper exercise form and learning to stabilize the shoulder girdle or scapula before beginning each shoulder exercise will help you to move more efficiently and with less chance of injury.
After reviewing the ebook if you find that you have some questions regarding any of the exercises please contact me via the form on the website and I would be happy to coach you through some of the challenges you are facing.
Benefits you won’t get anywhere else:
1. Stretching exercises specific to the shoulder.
2. Stabilizing exercises that are Pilates-based so you strengthen the deeper core muscles of the shoulder girdle.
3. Strengthening exercises specific to the rotator cuff, deltoids, and the muscles of the upper and middle back that stabilize the scapula (shoulder blades).
The strength exercises utilize dumbells and stretch bands for resistance when you are ready.
4. Great Pictures!
5. Detailed Descriptions of why you are doing the exercises, how to do the exercises correctly, and tips to keep proper form.
6. Free coaching and advice through the contact form on website!
All of this for the low price of just $20!!!
Compared to the $60-$75/ hour cost of working with a fitness professional to find out this same information you are getting it all printed out for you.
My hope for you is that this shoulder ebook will add more value to your life than you could ever pay me in cash value.
Jan 09, 15 09:36 PM
I am curious about the type of Pilates exercises to do for tight hip flexors that are causing me back pain. I had back surgery 14 months ago and it is
Nov 21, 14 04:28 PM
I'm kind of old (59) and significantly overweight O.K., obese,I'm addressing that. Three or four months ago my right ankle started being very painful
Nov 12, 14 11:21 PM
Hi. I have exercised since my mid 30's. I am 148 pounds and 5 foot 2 1/2. Started out as 5 foot 4. I am not toned the way I would like to be but am in