We love kettlebell carries here at Elite Physical Therapy and Sports Performance as they have numerous benefits to our patients and athletes including:
- improved shoulder girdle and trunk stability
- increased grip strength
- improved core control and strength
My current PT student, Mitch Babcock, has brought some new ideas to the table to make our carries even more challenging as far as the stability demands go so thought I’d share those with you.
Check out the videos here: http://www.sportsrehabexpert.com/public/1181.cfm?sd=2
Mitch Babcock SPT is a final year Doctor of Physical Therapy candidate from the University of Michigan — Flint. Mitch received his Bachelor’s Degree from Saginaw Valley State University in Mitch BabcockExercise Science and pursued his passion for movement and exercise to the graduate level. Mitch is certified in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), as well as a RockTape FMT Level II professional. He has also spent time with clinical rotations in a manual-based orthopedic clinic in mid-Michigan, a sports clinic in Charlotte, NC, and an outpatient neurological rehabilitation clinic in mid-Michigan. With a passion for full human optimization, Mitch is ready to help you get moving, get out of pain, and get back in the game.