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Shoulders - Floor/Physioball Y: PreHab SHOULDERS - Floor/Physioball Y Objective: To improve shoulder stability, strengthen rotator cuff, scapular strength. Starting Position: Lie Prone (facedown) over the top of the ball so that your back is flat and your chest is off the ball. Action: While gliding your shoulder blades back and down toward your waist, lift your arms over head to form a Y. Lower your chest and arms and repeat. Keys: Keep your thumbs up. Top of abs should be in middle of ball. ... Read more
Shoulders - Floor/Physioball T: PreHab SHOULDERS - Floor/Physioball T Objective: To improve shoulder stability, strengthen rotator cuff, scapular strength. Starting Position: Lie Prone (facedown) over the top of the ball so that your back is flat and your chest is off the ball. Action: Pull your shoulder blades in toward your spine and extend your arms to the side to create a T with your torso. Keep your arms long and straight , 90 degrees to your torso. Keys: Keep your thumbs up and pointed toward ceiling. Keep your head in line with spine. Squeeze shoulder blades together. ... Read more
Shoulders - Floor/Physioball W: PreHab SHOULDERS - Floor/Physioball W Objective: To improve shoulder stability, strengthen rotator cuff, scapular strength. Starting Position: Lie Prone (facedown) over the top of the ball so that your back is flat and your chest is off the ball. Action: Squeeze your elbows in toward your ribs. Rotate your thumbs back toward the ceiling, squeezing your shoulder blades together to form a W. Continue to rotate hands back as far as possible, elbows at your side. Keys: Be sure to rotate thumbs to feel the squeeze in lower shoulder blades. ... Read more
Shoulders - Floor/Physioball L: PreHab SHOULDERS - Floor/Physioball L Objective: To improve shoulder stability, strengthen rotator cuff, scapular strength. Starting Position: Lie Prone (facedown) over the top of the ball so that your back is flat and your chest is off the ball. Action: Flex your elbow to create a 90-degree angle with your upper arm. Squeeze your shoulder blades together to raise your upper arms to 90-degrees to your torso, creating a pair of Ls. Externally rotate your upper arms so that the backs of your hands reach toward the ceiling. Retrace pattern back to starting position. Keys: Squeeze your shoulder blades, keeping shoulder blades back and down. Rotate hands back as far as possible. ... Read more
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