Fundamental Principles of Upper Body Training: Pushing, Pulling, and Pressing
  • Fundamental Principles of Upper Body Training: Pushing, Pulling, and Pressing
    Identify common misconceptions related to shoulder function and learn about the process of improving shoulder mobility, stability, and strength. In this session from the NSCA’s 2017 Personal Trainers Conference, Lee Burton, PhD, provides easy-to-prescribe screens and exercise progressions to improve and maintain shoulder function.
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    Lee Burton, ATC, CSCS

    Lee Burton has an extensive background in sports medicine and strength and conditioning. He currently consults with a wide variety of professional sports organizations as well as leading health and fitness facilities on injury prevention and performance enhancement. He lectures both nationally and internationally on various topics in the fields of sports medicine and strength and conditioning. Burton is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), and one of the founding owners of Functional Movement Systems (FMS).

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