Video 308 | Isometric Shoulder Boost IV (15 Minute Practice) with Lauren Eirk
Everything • 28-Mar-2022
If you need a quick boost, this 15-minute bodyweight workout will help strengthen muscles that upwardly rotate and protract (move the shoulder blades apart) the shoulder and help you move your arm over your head without pain using a Yoga block and either dumbbells or a wall.
Weakness in these areas can place more stress on trunk extensors that help with posture. These are also commonly associated with shoulder impingement issues.
This routine can be done anywhere, anytime. It can reduce fatigue after exercise, as a prevention from injury, and to help manage your muscle strength. This can also be used as a warm-up or as a workout in itself. Isometrics are the precursor to adding any load and challenge to our body.
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