Hi friends, could you PLEASE and take 30 seconds to vote for my friend Natalia Berdnikava @natiski200 for IWWF’s World games athlete of the year? 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻Today is the last day to vote and she needs our help to make it to the finals! The link is in my profile. Just scroll to the bottom and she is the last athlete listed. Thank you in advance!
If anyone out there knows where to get the current issue of "Slalom For Dummies" or "How To Run A Slalom Pass 101", could they please comment below☟
Can't seem to slalom anymore ☹︎☹︎☹︎
Awesome to partner up with USA Water Ski as their Exclusive Shoulder Exercise Equipment! YES, strong rotator cuff muscles are prerequisite for waterskiing. At 36 mph, 38-off, the rotator cuff muscles must respond up to 600 lb of shoulder distraction force in under half a second. The simultaneous contraction of all the rotator cuff muscles prevent shoulder injury by exerting a compressive stabilizing force across the glenohumeral shoulder joint. Use the larger A7 ShoulderSphere for arm care injury prevention program and performance improvement if you can ski easily 32-off. Otherwise use the smaller F2 and work your way up. Try mimic the movements of the shoulder as if waterskiing to strengthen the rotator cuff muscles needed throughput that range of motion. When you are able to spin fast and get the electronic tracker to light up in red for an entire pass, it reflects high power rotator cuff engagement equivalent to 38-off. The Coaching Rings are especially good adjuncts for training both power as well as your ability to mentally focus that power into targeted intensity. E mail me from website www.ShoulderSphere.com for me to send you the 10 week rotator cuff progressive strengthening program if interested. This is off season dry land training. Strong rotator cuff equals strong performance.