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Shoulder Mobility Exercises

Shoulder Mobility Exercises While Supine

Here are three simple mobility exercises that one can use while lying on any stable surface to improve shoulder and scapular function. Read more about Shoulder Mobility Exercises While Supine

 

Chinese Arm Circles for Shoulder Mobility and Strength

This is a nice complementary exercise to German Arm Swings when looking to improve shoulder mobility and strength. As you become comfortable with these Chinese Arm Circles while using a very light weight, you can gradually increase the amount of weight you use to further improve mobility and functional strength of your shoulders. Read more about Chinese Arm Circles for Shoulder Mobility and Strength

 

German Arm Swings for Shoulder and Scapulothoracic Mobility

Here's a simple technique from German gymnastics that is highly effective for improving mobility of the shoulder joints and scapulothoracic articulations. Read more about German Arm Swings for Shoulder and Scapulothoracic Mobility

 

Simple Exercise Routine for Shoulder Pain and Stiffness

This video includes real-time demonstration of the exercises that I find most essential for optimal shoulder mobility. If you have shoulder pain and stiffness, I hope you find some or all of these exercises helpful in improving your functional range of motion and shoulder strength. Read more about Simple Exercise Routine for Shoulder Pain and Stiffness

 

How to Improve Scapular Mobility to Support Healthy Shoulder Function

To have healthy shoulders that allow you to comfortably use your arms overhead, it's essential that your shoulder blades are optimally mobile and that you have good motor control over their movement along the posterior wall of your rib cage - the scapular mobility exercises shown in the video above will allow you to fulfill both of these requirements for healthy shoulder function. Read more about How to Improve Scapular Mobility to Support Healthy Shoulder Function

 

How to Improve Shoulder Stability and Function

Like your hip joint, your shoulder joint has a ball-in-socket design, but the socket isn't very deep. In fact, it's quite shallow, which is what allows your shoulder the broad range of motion required to efficiently perform overhead activities. Read more about How to Improve Shoulder Stability and Function

 

Essential Movement Patterns for Preventing Shoulder Impingement, Frozen Shoulder, Bursitis, and General Shoulder Stiffness

Where there is shoulder pain due to impingement, frozen shoulder, or subacromial bursitis, an often overlooked root cause is a tight shoulder capsule.

What is your shoulder capsule?

It's a series of ligaments that surround and stabilize your shoulder joint, which is where your upper arm bone (humerus) attaches to your shoulder blade (scapula). Read more about Essential Movement Patterns for Preventing Shoulder Impingement, Frozen Shoulder, Bursitis, and General Shoulder Stiffness

 

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