Have you Tried... Dynamic Overhead Stability Hold

For athletes in need of overhead stabilization, try this exercise variation:

Coaching cues:

Apply perturbations in all directions and make sure that the force is meeting what the athlete is capable of bracing against. A little goes a long way here. Cue the athlete to tuck the ribs slightly and engage abs and legs.

This is too much movement:

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