One of my favorite overhead stability drills using one of my favorite products, @crossoversymmetry. — Posting this one for a friend, but if you suffer from 🌵-arm syndrome when you snatch, have 💩-y overhead positioning, or just want to keep your shoulders healthy, this one is for you. — No subtitles this time…but also not rocket surgery. All we’re doing here is an overhead squat while holding on to a LIGHT band. I’m actually using the lightest resistance that CS offers. The goal? Some nice reactive neuromuscular training (RNT). That band wants to pull you forward so you gotta use the opposing patterns to keep yourself upright and in a good position. What a beautiful thing. — Because the band is pulling from the front, we hit all the shoulder stabilizers in a different way than if we were to use a dumbbell or a kettle bell. Hello posterior oblique sling. We’re bringing in the core, the hips, the everything with this bad boy. — If you don’t have mobility, this drill isn’t going to give it to you. But when you’re ready to work on stability and owning your positions, here is where you want to be. Challenge yourself to go SLOWLY (remember, speed hides need) and BREATHE (if you can’t breathe in a position, you don’t own it - Gray Cook). Chest up, shoulder engaged, elbow STRAIGHT! 3 sets of 1 million reps. Good luck. Give it a shot and lemme know how it goes. — Like it? Repost it. Don't understand it? Hit me up and get #Maestrofied . ---------------------------------------------- Be sure to follow The Movement Maestro on FB, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube for all things #movement and #mobility related. Come move with the Maestro.