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Resistance bands are a portable training tools that can be used to help reduce shoulder pain without the need for dumbbells or extra equipment.
By incorporating this exercises into your traditional resistance training session, you can strengthen your shoulders while simultaneously reducing shoulder pain.
Not only are resistance bands great for strengthening your muscles, but they are also beneficial for prehab, helping you avoid injury in the first place.
Prehab is (preventative) resistance band training that can strengthen vulnerable areas throughout the body.
Using resistance bands for shoulder exercises can improve functional fitness all while decreasing shoulder pain in those areas that are injury prone.
As you dynamically warm up with resistance bands you are also getting a prehab benefit.
Purpose(s): Warm up for upper body pulling & pressing training.
Bands Placement: Around wrists
Programming: 2-3 sets: 12-15 reps
Muscles Targeted: External Rotators of the shoulder
1.Keep upper arms against torso (place towels between arms if necessary)
2.Depress shoulder blades; forearms parallel to the floor; palms facing inward
3.Slowly pull hands away from the each other, rotating your forearm outward
4.Pause at the end of contraction and repeat