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Get your workout done in 15 minutes with this strength training routine that targets the muscles that move the shoulder joints in the upper body. Experience a variety of positions to alter several muscle divisions of the shoulders, rotator cuff, and surrounding trunk stabilizing muscles.
As you move through the routine, you will notice several creative combinations designed to be complementary in nature. This workout also mixes in some great bodyweight movements to make it fun!
If you are pressed for time superset training will allow you to get more done a short period of time. This is because complementary muscle groups are worked back to back, reducing your rest between exercises.
This Express strength training routine targets the muscles that flex and extend the el...
This workout combines variations of planking, side planking, and trunk extension moves in a choreographed sequence with many modifications and progressions. No equipment is necessary, which allows you to focus on control. You will be amazed by how efficiently the core can be trained in record t...
Frozen shoulder results from the gradual loss of movement in the shoulder (glenohumeral) joint due to trauma from repetitive stress or an isolated incident. Although this joint is one of the most mobile joints in the body, a frozen shoulder can become stuck with very limited movement.