Is It Bad For You?! "BAD" Exercises
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Welcome back to Chat Sh*t Get Fit - Is It Bad For You? This week we unpack some scientific research regarding a few different exercises that often get "stick" online. Normally you'll see them in videos with titles such as "5 Exercises You Must NEVER Do" or "10 dangerous exercises to avoid" as we'll go on this is a rather nocebic narrative but is it justified?
We focus on the shoulders and back with exercises such as
Behind The Neck Shoulder Press
There could be more but as we'll go into they all have things in common making them targets for attack. So join us as we discuss some listener polls, the current evidence and even touch on a recent hot topic in Mike Boyle and his comments about "orthopaedic cost"
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