Very big announcement today. Myself and my co-worker Dr. Dave Tilley have been hard at work over the past few years developing strategies to help rehab and prevent shoulder injuries in our athletes. We’ve tested our methods across all different spectrums from the elite level olympic lifter and gymnast down to the every day Joe and Jane that just wants to stay fit in the gym. We’ve spent the past few months putting together an absolute behemoth of an educational shoulder program to help you and your athletes get out of pain and stay that way for good. The program is called:
We deal with so many shoulder problems on a regular basis that we knew we had to unleash this one to the community. There are a lot of shoulder rehabilitation programs out there but nothing that caters to athletes, coaches and therapists like us. We aren’t just trying to get out of pain. We’re trying to get out of pain and get back to training. We want to win that powerlifting meet, get back to push jerks or just be able to hit the gym hard over time without worrying about shoulder issues.
We designed the program to benefit therapists, coaches and athletes alike who deal with shoulder injuries. We want you to not only understand your own shoulder injuries better but to help others, whether you’re a coach attempting to keep your athletes healthy or the therapist who’s directly working with people to get them out of pain. We go over:
The program is a digital download with over 10 total hours of webinar and video footage.
The program drops on October 10th 2017.
For being loyal readers and supporters of Dave and my own work over time we wanted to offer you guys a gift. We created a handy check list for creating strong shoulders capable of handling any workout. It mirrors some of the philosophies we’ll be going over in the shoulder program. We call it the:
Your Step-by-Step Guide to Building Shoulders that Will Endure and Perform Through Any Workout
Sign up below not only to get this guide for free but also to receive an exclusive discount on the program when it is released October 10th 2017.
Never been so excited about shoulders in my life,
Daniel Pope DPT, OCS, CSCS, CF L1
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