Swinging/Muscle Up/Kipping Advice To CrossFit Athletes From a PT and Gymnastics Coach

A few months ago, I started this series on some of my thoughts on injury prevention advice for people training gymnastics movements in CrossFit. In Part 1 I talked about general concepts, and in Part 2 I offered some ideas related to handstands. In honor of Power Monkey Camp 4.0

Overhead Mobility Problem or Overhead Control Problem?

Fully open shoulder angles during back handsprings, tumbling, and handstands during swinging events is crucial for great gymnastics. It helps achieve good lines aesthetically, but it also ensures power transfer for dynamic skills. In terms of injury, missing overhead shoulder motion can create local shoulder pain, may be a link with impact

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