Do you notice your shoulders are sore when you wake up in the morning after laying on them all night?
Do you notice your shoulders ache when you play sports?
How about when you play with your kids for a day?
Well, that’s because your shoulder is the only 360 degree joint in your body.
Which is amazing, it gives you the ability to grab things behind you and over your head. As a result of this 360 degree rotation, your shoulder joint is the most shallow joint in your body. Making the shoulder the most injured joint in the human body.
The good news is you can choose to create healthy habits with stretching and massage to keep your shoulders relaxed, open, and less prone to injury. I recommend giving yourself 10 minutes each day (5 minutes stretching & 5 minutes massage). Small, daily, seemingly insignificant habits, when done consistently over time, yield miraculous results.
You can wake up with happy shoulders, play sports without injury, and wrestle with your kids, maybe even grandkids without paying the price for it the next day. It is simple, you shouldn’t have to live in pain. There is a better way.
You use simple stretching and massage moves to solve your shoulder (and neck) pain and get you back to living life fully again; running after your kids, playing your favorite sport, lifting weights, whatever your passion is.
Let me guide you through your shoulder aches and show you proper shoulder maintenance and fixes for left shoulder pain and right shoulder pain.
I have a simple move to relieve shoulder tension (complimentary my gift to you), check it out and click here. To learn my simple move you can do anywhere, anytime simply click this link to download it today. You (and your family) shouldn’t have to live in pain.
The power of health is in your hands. Start creating wellness for yourself today.
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