My attitude

Lately, I've been cooped up a lot at home after work to try to get some order in my studies, reading and organising a lot. My plan for educating my self to be a specialist in the area of obstetrics, gynaecology and urology that will take place the coming three years is a lot to... Fortsätt läsa mer →

What you don’t use, you loose

As you alla very well know, when you train your body the muscles adapt by getting stronger (plainly explained), and if you stop training, the muscles go weaker... The ability for the body to adapt to new conditions are amazing, but it always goes both ways. The topic for today is flexibility. Not a gymnast's... Fortsätt läsa mer →

The shoulder part VIII – The ”X”

This exercise is another one of my favourites for building better and stronger posture. While pulling the arms back it's extra important to keep the stately posture and add the active pull of the ribs down as not to overwork the upper back and push your ribcage out instead of working the shoulder muscles. As you're... Fortsätt läsa mer →

Shoulder part VI – plank

Yes, there's a plank we can use for shoulder stability, it's all about what you focus on in the movement. This exercise is another that helps me keep the head of the upper arm centralised in the joint. In this specific plank, I want you to focus and start the movement of the rotation in... Fortsätt läsa mer →

Shoulder part II – Diagonal pulls

Diagonal pulls is an exercise where you work the extensor chain of the shoulder. Because of the stabilising work for the shoulder depressors in this combined extension, abduction and external rotation, you can work the arm to around or slightly above 90° angle with less risk of gliding the head of the upper arm upward... Fortsätt läsa mer →

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