If you are interested in helping your client’s overcome their rotator cuff injury with fast, simple, and effective exercises that most fitness & health professionals don’t know about, then read this important letter.
My name is Rick Kaselj. I’m an exercise and injuries expert and international fitness presenter. I have written numerous articles that have appear in fitness association magazines, authored leading exercise and injury manuals and taught over 303 presentations to 6027 fitness professionals across Canada and the USA.
I’ve developed the Effective Rotator Cuff Exercise Program to help clients with rotator cuff injuries and pain; improve the range of motion of their arm, decrease pain in their arm and increase stability in the shoulder.
The Effective Rotator Cuff Exercise program is a combination of 6 years of University study (including a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science), 15 years of hands-on experience, 1000’s of personal training session and careful scrutiny of 151 medical research papers.
When I finished off my Masters degree. I began using the therapeutic exercise program for the rotator cuff that I researched in my masters’ program at university. I was getting results when it came to the strength of the shoulder, arm and rotator cuff. But my clients still had pain, decrease range of motion and decreased function.
I think most of us with lots of training experience and all kinds of letters after our name would like to think we know it all and don’t make mistakes, but…..
I had a great therapeutic exercise program for the rotator that helped improve the strength of the rotator cuff.
Heck, I spent one year at university researching it, writing a paper on it and getting it published in the Canadian Journal of Kinesiology.
I learned fast that a strong rotator cuff DOES NOT mean a rotator cuff with good range of motion, pain-free movement, good shoulder strength and a full functioning shoulder.
I had gone back to university and completed my Masters degree in Exercises Science with a focus exercise and injuries.
I had to hit the books again and look back at all the work I had done with 46 health care professionals (doctors, orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, massage therapists, occupational therapists, kinesiologists, exercise therapist, exercise physiologist, rehabilitation assistants). I dug back in past rotator cuff clients to see what worked and did not worked when putting…