Tag: tissue damage

  • 241217 Is your grip width destroying your shoulders? (2 of 2)

    241217 Is your grip width destroying your shoulders? (2 of 2) Where you grip the bar may be the best predictor of how you will injure your shoulders. Research in England has determined that certain widths related to a person’s body size may increase your chance of becoming injured while performing the bench press. A
  • 171217 Is your grip width destroying your shoulders? (1 of 2)

    171217 Is your grip width destroying your shoulders? (1 of 2) Where you grip the bar may be the best predictor of how you will injure your shoulders. Research in England has determined that certain widths related to a person’s body size may increase your chance of becoming injured while performing the bench press. A
  • Dumbbell side raise cautions

    161016 Dumbbell side raise cautions Have you ever noticed while doing side raises, with your thumb pointing down, that it sometimes hurts? Do you know why? It’s because in this position the humerus is rotated so the condyle[1] at the upper part of the bone nearest the head is coming directly under the collar bone.
  • Muscle soreness, tissue damage and recovery

    Muscle soreness, tissue damage and recovery[1] As anyone who has exercised can attest to there will be soreness, referred to as delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) after a heavy lifting session. Sometimes, extending into the next one, two, or more days. Exercise scientists have identified two principle factors that contribute to muscle soreness. Tissue loading