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Tiny makes this swimming pool look......, tiny.
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Does he have any shoulder problems, Wes?
That's not a swimming pool. It's Tellico Lake.
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Woody, Why would you wonder that?
This post was edited by AtomicCityVol 18 months ago
Just looking at his shoulders, they are not very symmetrical. Look at his scapula. The one on the left is protruding from his back and the one on the right is tighter to his back. Also his left shoulder is raised more than his right so there might be some tightness in his neck and upper traps. Just wondering, but many people are not symmetrical and it does no affect them.
Then again it may just be the angle of the picture.
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It may also be that he has his weight all on one foot as he walks or runs or whatever.
Oh ok.. I think I have an issue like that I just can't figure out what the hell is the problem lol. Its like the muscle on the lest side just went away and my neck and back are always stiff as hell
are the screens in front of him showing his legs and feet in the water?
I think so. That's kinda cool.
That is awesome, of course clumsy me would get confused watching myself and probably fall hit head on edge of pool and drown.
Yeah I mean there are pretty easy screens to see if you have scapular dyskinesis, which is what looks like he has. And it is actually pretty cool to look at when someone has it. What you do is hold your arms to the side or in front and raise them over the head. Whenever you tire, then you can see a bulge either at the bottom, middle or a raising of the scapula. These are the different types. Sorry I just think the screening on the shoulder and scapula is neat cause if the scapula is not working correctly you cannot get near full range of motion in your shoulder.
Good call on the walking and running DV. If he has weight on the arms this could definately cause the difference.
This would be the case for me as well....
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