Well guys, I did it! I finished #weldingschool and got my certificate. I have to say that it's been probably my most challenging and stressful class but it's also been a great experience. I've learned so much in this class and it's mostly because I had a very knowledgeable teacher who was able to break everything down and show me how to weld, why porosity happens, and all that other technical stuff you can't learn in your backyard.
I'm glad to have been able to make friends and help other students and grow as a person and become a better welder. I have so much more to learn to but this is definitely the stepping stone I needed to find my passion and I cannot wait to put what I have learned from this class and apply it into the projects I'll be creating.
If you're wanting to get into welding or simply need to brush up on skill or knowledge, I highly recommend coming to this school or at least finding one with a great program AS WELL AS a great instructor. Because what good is a weldong program with all of the equipment if your instructor doesn't give a shit or isn't a good teacher? I had ZERO knowledge of welding when I started this class but I did it bc I was stumped on what to do with my life. I was attending Northwest Florida State College in Niceville for 5 years, changed my degree three times and while I learned quite a bit, I didn't feel driven. It was a struggle to even attend most of my classes save for probably #athletictraining bc once again, my instructor was not just knowledgeable but he went out of his way to explain things if you didnt understand. He gave a shit, which most instructors don't.
I'm proud of myself and i can't wait to start making a better life for myself and my family.
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Here are just some of the muscles that move (elevate, depress, rotate, retract or protract) your shoulder blade.
The shoulder is very complex largely due to the number of structures that cross the joint. However, more simply, it just needs to be balanced. Much like postural deviations on a more global macro scale, treating the knee or the shoulder or the wrist is all about balance, just on a more local, micro scale.
In motion, due to the high amount of mobility in the shoulder, the muscles need to work in sync and need to be BALANCED, in order to dynamically stabilize the joint. Without good form closure from the muscles, the ligaments, the capsule and the labrum can be injured. So if you have shoulder pain, put simply, where’s the imbalance? Where’s the weakness? Where’s the compensation? Where is the hypo or hyper mobility? What’s the position of your shoulder blade like? In short - Where’s the imbalance?
TRX finishers. I make little use of core isolating exercises because the core should be thought of as a bridge of kinetic force between the lower and upper body. When you use your core to maintain proper alignment, you allow your body to leverage efficiently and work past the energy leaks that prevent you from moving at you highest potential. Think of your body as a unit rather than individual parts and you might surprise yourself with how strong you really are.
The best athlete is made during the off season
Ro'Mir is our newest Jr High Sports member. He and his mom decided that he had spent enough time playing video games in the off season and it was time to put in work! .
Ready to get off the couch? Come join Ro'Mir! First class is ALWAYS free.