gees there is more info on this site - do a search!
I have the book, I think it’s pretty average at best. It’s not the complete picture on shoulder health
there is a lot more to it than the book tells ya that’s for sure. And exercise wise too.[/quote]
I agree with you! there’s plenty of good articles on this site which touch on shoulder health (directly or not) and the value of good posture, etc.
Somehow, it (“7 minutes R C solution”) has become almost a “cult” book in the rotator cuff rehab so I NEED to see this and know how good is “good”
From experience, there?s NO book that?s “ultimate” enough!!!
Years ago, I wrote master dissertation on shoulders mobility, listed and described over 80 exercises and still there are many “missing” and needs revising.
I want this book as a reference 'cause from what I know, it is listed in every literature reviue and reference list when somebody is writing about upper body/shoulders injuries.
Apparently, it helped sooo many people, as well.
There MUST be something about this book.
G. Robinson must have know his stuff, otherwise the book would Not be so much sung about it.
To be perfectly honest, I am putting all my “shit” together to write MY version of a manual for powerlifters and other strength athletes (ok, you can count bodybuilders here, too) to
“keep you shoulders in one piece and relatively pain free”.
“7 minutes R C Solution” was written in 1990. We have 2006, time to get something more up to date + written by someone who did bench press on more than one occasion.
Do you agree??