INFORM INSIGHTS

Shoulder Strength Rehabilitation

Thursday, February 5, 2015 | Adam Zickerman

 

Fifteen years ago, Richard was told by his orthopedist that both his shoulders would eventually have to be replaced. Richard had been a swimmer in high school and college, then a runner and triathlete and later played basketball at least five times a week for 35 years. The activity was brutal on his joints he says, and he knew he was eventually going to pay the price. “I used to ice a lot.”

Today Richard’s orthopedists tells him “Whatever you’re doing, keep doing it,” because his shoulders are in better shape than they ever have been in the last fifteen years. So what’s to account for the turnaround? Richard says it’s his 20 minute, once-a-week workout at InForm Fitness in Manhattan, NY. Using the Power of 10 strength training method, under the guidance his personal trainer Mike Rogers, Richard has improved his fitness and health dramatically.

Barbara Walters hates exercise but loves the InForm Workout
I am committed to this workout regimen for the rest of my life. When you learn about the reasoning behind this workout regimen, you will realize how much sense it makes. It’s so easy to get pumped up for a 20-25 minute workout and to use maximum effort. I used to blow off the gym all the time as I didn’t look forward to a 90 minute workout 3-4 days a week. It’s the best workout anyone could possibly imagine. After most workouts, I literally struggle to walk down the stairs, or raise my arms, I am so physically exhausted. I am in the best shape I’ve been since graduating college.
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