Great Kettlebell Exercise for the Rotator Cuff

In this video, I wanted to go through a great kettlebell exercise that you can do for the rotator cuff.

Great Kettlebell Exercise for the Rotator Cuff

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I am going to get Alix to demonstrate it.

Grab the kettlebell and move it into a kettlebell rack position. Really tighten up your shoulder and move the kettlebell towards your spine. Then, walk with that kettlebell in that position.

Kettlebell exercise for rotator cuff

There you go! If you have a rotator cuff injury or are recovering from a rotator cuff injury, give that exercise a go. Make sure that you get that kettlebell in the correct position. Assure that you have tension around that shoulder blade and then bring in that shoulder down at an angle towards the spine. Be certain that things are tight in that shoulder blade area.

We are really working those scapular muscles and shoulder blade muscles, which are really important when it comes to overcoming and preventing rotator cuff injury. We are also activating and challenging the rotator cuff in that safe position. When the elbow is up against the body, it puts less stress on the rotator cuff. The kettlebell pulls the arm back and activates the rotator cuff muscles in an asymmetric contraction, which means that the joint is not moving. The muscles are just being engaged and worked.

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Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS