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Shoulder Mobility Exercises

Improve Posture & Reverse Slouching

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In order to have healthy joints as we age, it's essential that we actively take our major joints through their full range of motion every day. Read more

 

Daily Routine For Tight Shoulders

Lie face up and take both arms in full circles along your sides, keeping your arms and lower back flat on the surface you're lying on. Take your time working through any areas that feel tight. Read more

 

Reverse and Prevent Slouching

In order to have healthy joints as we age, it's essential that we actively take our major joints through their full range of motion every day. Read more

 

Posterior Shoulder Release

This is a relatively simple way of releasing tight tissues in the posterior shoulder region, mainly the posterior deltoid fibers and rotator cuff muscles and tendons that run through this region.

Ensuring optimal length of these tissues supports pain-free range of motion and functional strength of the shoulders while the arms are overhead and out in front of the trunk. Read more

 

Hanging & Swinging Exercises to Optimize Shoulder Function

Shoulder Mobility Exercise Progressions:

While Supine:

Activating Shoulders Through Flexion While Extending the Spine: Read more

 

How to Liberate Your Shoulders by Stretching Your Lats and Posterior Shoulder Region

Here are some variations on how to lengthen your lats and posterior shoulder region, thereby optimizing your shoulder mobility. Read more

 

Rotator Cuff Stretch to Prevent Impingement, Bursitis, Frozen Shoulder, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

This is arguably one of the most helpful stretches you can do to keep your shoulders healthy for overhead activity. Read more

 

Deep Active Stretch To Improve Shoulder Mobility

This is highly effective for lengthening the posterior deltoid region, including rotator cuff muscles and back muscles that govern scapular movement. Read more

 

How to Build Pain-Free and Mobile Shoulders at Any Age

If you have a tendency to experience shoulder pain or stiffness, I recommend doing the stretches shown in the video above before getting out of bed. Read more

 

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