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This seated resistance band workout that is not only joint friendly, but allows you to practice the entire routine from a chair! This workout is designed to strengthen and tone the areas of the back and shoulders. Using a TheraBand, we will be anchoring the band under the body and against the chair.
Just because we are sitting does not mean that the workout is for beginners. Increase intensity by using more than one band or by stretching the band further apart.
Neck and shoulder pain is very common for many individuals, especially when we are under stress. To relieve tension, stretching, massage, and traction techniques are often prescribed. However, any modality that we use to increase range of motion can also potentially weaken muscles if the stretc...
The shoulder is a very complex joint. It is the most mobile and the least stable joint in the body. In this workout, we will train many of the cardinal planes of the shoudler. Practice positional isometric strength training to build strength, improve muscle contractions, lower risk of injury, ...
The shoulder is considered the most mobile joint in the body. The shoulder does not have a stable structure, having a relatively shallow socket. Therefore, it is it is largely managed through its liagaments and muscular attachments. It is very susceptibleto injury.