The Dead Hang Challenge: Part 2

active shoulders vs. packed shoulders

The dead hang saga continues…

It’s been over a month since starting out on the dead hang protocol.

I originally started out with the intent of altering my shoulder anatomy as a means to “fix” an old shoulder injury of mine. The promises behind the protocol seemed like voodoo, but its logic was promising.

The prospects of having an un-destroyed … Continue reading

The Dead Hang Challenge: Part 1

dead hang

Our existence is not still.

Hardly anything on the face of this is stays stationary. Even mountains, which appear immovable and fixed, are susceptible to alterations in the long-run.

The human body is a dynamic, ever-changing entity. It is in a state of constant interaction with the environment and subsequent adaptation.

Like water – deformable, fluid, and free-flowing.

This attribute … Continue reading