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💥Rotator Cuff Warm-up💥
🙋🏽♂️Mini-bands are essential for shoulders.
🚀 Watch this quick sequence for rotator cuff and scapular work. It's perfect for higher level shoulder rehab, overhead athlete arm care, and just general cuff specific training for people looking to maintain or improve their shoulder health.
⚠️ Pay attention my L shoulder. A few things to note: It does not externally rotate as far. It also starts to wing on the vertebral border of the scapula when I reach my arms out. If you are a trainer, coach, or therapist, never stop observing with a keen eye.
🎯 This wasn’t painful for me- and I went on to train just fine. However, my left shoulder is my problematic one. I have had two subluxations, a dislocation and labral surgery as well. It can be bothersome at times but usually responds well to correctives and mobility work.
📝👀 These subtle differences in shoulder mechanics are not always easy to spot. While a small amount of scapular asymmetry is certainly not a red flag, it might still indicate future or past pathology and areas that can use improvement. Winging isn't a problem by itself, but it's still always worth considering.
🎵Kygo, Ellie Henderson - Here For You🎵
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