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Top 3 Back Shoulder Pain Relief Exercises

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Filed Under (Fitness, General) by Rick Kaselj



Hey, I hope you are having a great day.

This week, I have been working on improving the Exercises for Injuries Secret Group. This group has been around for almost two years. As my followers increases, it has been harder and harder for me to put in full effort into the secret group. A number of people noticed this and they have been complaining on how I have been doing a poor job. I felt very bad about that. Thus, I asked a couple of friends to help me out in the group and Justine is one of them. She’s a physical therapist from Florida. She will be in the group to answer questions and help people get back to their pain free life.

With Justine being in the group for the last two days, things have already improved and people are a lot happier. So, if you haven’t visited the Exercises for Injuries Secret Group then make sure you do. Please note that the group is not for everyone. This group is only accessible for the people who purchased my products. If you have purchased one of my products and don’t have access yet to the group then please do contact Linda at the customer support department by emailing her via [email protected]

This is not the only thing that I wanna give you today. I have another video for you with regards to shoulder pain to help you relieve any shoulder discomfort. Enjoy the exercises!

Take care!

~ Rick

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In today’s video, I will go through the top 3 back shoulder pain relief exercises.

Top 3 Back Shoulder Pain Relief Exercises

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I’ll get Andrea to demonstrate.

#1 – Vertical Hanging Exercise

This exercise helps the back by decompressing it and helps stretching out the shoulders. You are moving towards the door frame or something that you can grab on to and hang from. So grab the door frame and be on a touchdown position. Bend the knees and then put more and more of your body weight to your shoulders.

Vertical Hanging Exercise

Vertical Hanging Exercise

You feel stretch in your shoulders and in your low back. You will go through this exercise for about 5 seconds and see how your shoulders and back feels. Then progress to 15 seconds with 5 repetitions. So go through the exercise for 5 seconds with 5 repetitions then progress to 15 seconds with 5 repetitions each. Now if you can’t bring your hands straight up over head, that’s perfectly fine. You can go whatever angle you can, sit back down and get as much of the stretch in your shoulders and in your back as you can.

#2 – Rock and Roll with the Ball

Rock and Roll with the Ball

Rock and Roll with the Ball

This exercise involves a stability ball. So you will grab wide on the ball. You are kneeling weight’s back and then you will rock to one side. The focus is you try to get movement in the mid-back area and then you will get some movement in the low back area. You are stretching out the shoulders and the back. You are going back and forth in a smooth controlled movement. Go through the exercise with 5 repetitions on each side so a total of 10 repetitions.

#3 – Forward and Back with the Ball

Forward and Back with the Ball

Forward and Back with the Ball

You will roll the ball out and you drop your head and shoulders through. Hold for a couple of seconds and then pulling back through. You are looking at stretching the shoulder, the mid-back, the low back area in a smooth controlled movement. Start off with 5 repetitions holding for 2 or 3 seconds of the end position and then you can progress to 10 repetitions.

So there you go! Those are the top 3 back shoulder pain relief exercises. Just move through those three exercises and they will have great effects on your shoulder pain and your back pain.

If you are suffering from any kind of shoulder discomfort and want to end the pain 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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