Shoulder health is a favorite topic of mine. Having adequate thoracic spine mobility is an important variable for healthy shoulders. Also important is being able to properly control the shoulder blade on top of the ribcage.
I’ve been messing around with some rib-pull and kettlebells lifts lately and came up with a trio of exercises that I really like for shoulder health. These exercises promote several important things for shoulder health:
I made a short video to describe these 3 exercises:
Give it a shot and let me know what you think. To see how I program exercises like this as part of a comprehensive training program Click this link.
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