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Old 06-26-2019, 11:34 AM
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To be fair, Eagle said that this was an issue he has been dealing with and that he wasn't able to properly warm up due to the rain delay. At the Tyyni he was probably able to get his proper warm up in before the event.
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Old 06-26-2019, 12:20 PM
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To be fair, Eagle said that this was an issue he has been dealing with and that he wasn't able to properly warm up due to the rain delay. At the Tyyni he was probably able to get his proper warm up in before the event.
As far as the warm up deal that is 100% on him and not the weather. His original tee time was 3:30. Eagle did not show up until 4:40 for his 4:45 tee time.
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Old 06-26-2019, 02:30 PM
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As hard as he threw the first shot of the event... I can see where he might have pulled something if he didn't get a proper warmup. That shot would have flown 750ft(downhill) if it hadn't hit that row of trees.
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Old 06-26-2019, 10:39 PM
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idk with modern technology i would just peep a view youtube videos probably get close to whats up and just listen to your own body
Shoulder impingements can be serious business.

Severe cases can take up to a year to heal.

Isn't that what Schusterick was dealing with?
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Old 06-26-2019, 11:10 PM
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Shoulder impingements can be serious business.

Severe cases can take up to a year to heal.

Isn't that what Schusterick was dealing with?
Exactly, when you're a professional athlete at the top of your game you just don't rely on Bro Science for diagnosis & treatment of an injury to your throwing shoulder.

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Old 06-26-2019, 11:16 PM
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Shoulder impingement shouldnt really bother him unless he is doing repeated overhead or internal rotation activities. The normal golf pull would cause very little impingement.

Also, in my experience, shoulder impingement syndrome is what someone calls general shoulder pain without a known cause. Kind of a garbage can term.

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The normal golf pull would cause very little impingement.

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What about throwing 450ft FHs?...

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Old 06-27-2019, 12:14 AM
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Exactly, when you're a professional athlete at the top of your game you just don't rely on Bro Science for diagnosis & treatment of an injury to your throwing shoulder.
Bro Science is a little harsh, isn’t it?

From the DGS website:
(http://www.discgolfstrong.com/)

Seth received his BS in Kinesiology (Exercise Science) with a focus in Strength and Conditioning from Cal State Fullerton where he graduated at the top of his class. After graduating, Seth was certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).
He worked with the Anaheim Ducks as their Strength Coach Intern for the 2011/12 season, working with players to keep them strong and healthy during the season, as well as, during the offseason to help them prepare for the future.
It was during a Certified Golf Fitness Instructor course with the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) in 2009 that Seth found his passion for working with rotational athletes.
He also owned a fitness training center for 4 years, yet closed it in April 2016 to focus on Disc Golf Strong full-time


There is also a doctor of sports medicine on the advisory board, Dr. Branden Garland, who I am sure can be included in any conversations around tightness or injury.

Eagle tweaked his shoulder earlier in the year due to improper warm-up. Then had an improper warm-up after a rain delay and felt a “pinch” or “tightness”, and decided to withdraw rather than face further injury.

Rest, exercise, massage, heat, cold, some combination thereof, and most importantly, a proper warm-up, and he is able to manage it.

I’ll leave any further conspiracies to y’all. I think he made the right call.


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Old 06-27-2019, 12:24 AM
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Shoulder impingement shouldnt really bother him unless he is doing repeated overhead or internal rotation activities. The normal golf pull would cause very little impingement.

Also, in my experience, shoulder impingement syndrome is what someone calls general shoulder pain without a known cause. Kind of a garbage can term.
So shoulder impingement has a concrete definition describing a certain motion, but it’s also a “garbage can term” for general shoulder soreness?

Nate Sexton had a shoulder injury/soreness earlier this year that he also called an impingement, so it would seem your narrow definition of a “garbage can term” misses the point: they had or have general shoulder soreness from repetitive, high-stress motions related to forehand disc golf throws. If it should or shouldn’t be called an impingement is for you and Seth from DGS to argue, I guess.

Some slo-mos of their forehand form to watch their shoulder rotation would be neat.


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Old 06-27-2019, 03:34 AM
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In just 2 pages you've called Eagle dumb, his DNF not injury related, a certified specialist a Bro, what else. I guess DGCR can be a bit harsh, huh.

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