FMS Insights: Breaking Down the Shoulder Mobility Pattern

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Reciprocal upper body patterning is a key factor in many of our daily activities - mainly locomotion! Think about how your arms move when you're walking. They don't stay stationary by your side - rather they move in a reciprocal pattern. This is just one example of why this pattern is important and why the FMS takes it into account with the Shoulder Mobility screen.

Listen in as FMS instructors Brett Jones, Diane Vives, and Michele Desser discuss the Shoulder Mobility pattern being screened with the FMS and why this pattern is important for activities.

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