Scapula Wall Slide
This week we’re focusing on shoulder mobility. If you have a client with poor external rotation check out this move to work their scapula. This will really help the scapulas move in relation to those shoulders, helping with shoulder mobility all together.
Find a wall for your client to sit in a slight squat against, brining their entire back against it. Have your client bring their arms up and flush against the wall.
As your client exhales make them push up into a Y position and bring elbows back down, trying to keep those wrists flush the entire time.
Perform this move up to about 10-15 reps. As your client progresses you can add a 2 or 5 pound weight.
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