Rotator Cuff Strain


This exercise is great for rehabbing from a rotator cuff strain or shoulder impingement strain. Wrap a mild resistive elastic band half way down the mid back, and then cross it over at the front and securely wrap both ends onto each hand. Turn facing a wall and place your pinky finger and edge of hand firmly against it. Keep your posture tall and inner core engaged while pushing your hands against the wall up to the ceiling in “V” formation and externally rotate the hands out, holding it at the top for a good long second. Then slowly bring it back down. Repeat this 10 to 15 repetitions for 3 sets. By keeping your inner core engaged and your posture tight, this exercise is great for rebuilding the shoulder strength you need in any overhead reaching sports, especially rock climbing, volleyball, and basket ball. You should not have any pain when doing this exercise. If you do experience pain please consult your local Physiotherapist before continuing.

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