Posts Tagged "planet granite"

Quick Tip: Shoulder Stability @ Planet Granite

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in Exercises

Quick Tip: Shoulder Stability @ Planet Granite

This week is another Quick Tip that was filmed at Planet Granite and it is the final part of a three-part series that aims to give rock climbers (although these are good for everyone,) a few exercises to improve your performance. Check it out and let us know what you think! Who needs this exercise? Rock climbers especially, but this could benefit mostly anyone. This shouldn’t be painful, it should only be mildly challenging. If you are experiencing any pain, please give us a...

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Quick Tip: Posterior Kinetic Chain Exercise @ Planet Granite

Posted by on Mar 12, 2014 in Exercises

Quick Tip: Posterior Kinetic Chain Exercise @ Planet Granite

This week we bring you another Quick Tip that was filmed at Planet Granite and it is part two of three that aims to give rock climbers (although these are good for everyone, especially deskworkers,) a few exercises to improve your performance. Who needs this exercise? The Posterior Kinetic Chain exercise is a common exercise that Psoas Massage + Bodywork gives to many of our desk workers. This exercise is extremely useful for climbers as well because the forward, rounded posture of climbers mimics the posture of desk workers. This exercise helps your upper back stay toned and ready to combat...

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Quick Tip: AIS Side Stretch @ Planet Granite

Posted by on Mar 10, 2014 in Stretches

Quick Tip: AIS Side Stretch @ Planet Granite

Psoas is excited to be teaming up with rock climbing gym Planet Granite. This week’s Quick Tip was filmed at Planet Granite and is part one of three that aims to give rock climbers (although these are good for everyone,) a few exercises to improve your performance. Also, we’re excited to let you know that we will be at Planet Granite SF on Thursday, 3/13 to do some free quick sessions and assessments to anyone attending their Singles and Swingers event. Check it out at the end of the post! Who needs this exercise? The climber looking to grab the hold just out of reach....

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