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3 Shoulder Pain Relief Exercises

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Filed Under (Fitness, General) by Rick Kaselj



Today, I am going to talk about shoulder pain and a couple of quick and easy exercises that you can do to get rid of shoulder discomfort.

If you have shoulder pain, watch the video and read the article below. If you don’t but know of someone who suffer from shoulder soreness, feel free to share this to them.

Talk to you again soon.

~ Rick

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In today’s video, I will go through a quick and easy shoulder pain workout.

Quick and Easy Shoulder Pain Workout

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.

I got Alix to demonstrate.

#1 – Vertical Hanging Exercise

You are like grabbing a pull bar and hang from it. You can use the top of a door frame to hang from in order to stretch out the shoulders. Alix will be grabbing something overhead that can handle her weight and she will bend through the knees and stretch as much as she can in the shoulder. Start off with one set of 5 repetitions holding for 5 seconds. You can progress on to one set of 5 repetitions holding for 15 seconds.

Vertical Hanging Exercise

Vertical Hanging Exercise

Now if you got your shoulder diagnosed, like you have instability or sloppy shoulders, this would be an exercise that you should not do. But if you have general shoulder pain and tightness like a rotator cuff issue and shoulder impingement issue, this exercise would be fine for you to do.

#2 – Push Up with a Plus

Alix will go down to the mat and will do the exercise from the knees. She will go through a push up movement and straighten out then add a little bit of a rounding movement. Do not collapse the head and round the chest. We just want the shoulders blades to come apart pushing the arms a little further away and really working on the muscles called serratus anterior. You can start off doing the exercise from the knees and then you can progress to the toes. Do one set of 5 repetitions in a smooth controlled movement and hold for one or two seconds at the end.

#3 – Seated Push Up

Seated Push Up

Seated Push Up

Alix is sitting near the front half of the chair. She is nice and upright. She got her arms to the side and brings her seat off the chair and then come back. She is pushing down which brings the shoulder blade down and works the serratus anterior muscles. Start with one set of 5 repetitions in a smooth controlled movement and hold the end position for one or two seconds.

If you are suffering from any kind of shoulder discomfort and want to get rid of the soreness permanently, then check out the Fix My Shoulder Pain program here:
Fix My Shoulder Pain by Rick Kaselj

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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