Exercises that involve holding some type of resistance in your hands and allowing your arms to open up away from the center of the chest should be avoided This movement, due to mechanical leverage, can place large forces on the shoulder joint. When you use a horizontal, the wider placement of your hands on the bar creates an increased amount of force on the shoulder. Therefore, hanging in a bar may bring more harm than good to your shoulder muscles.
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- Any suggestions on what to do during the long hour drive that may help for my stiff neck and shoulders?
- Do you have exercises that will help for someone who has a torn cartilage on the shoulder (labrum “slap tear”)?
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- Frozen Shoulder - Which part of the Fix Your Shoulder regime should I be looking at for my frozen shoulder injury?
- How to Avoid Shoulder Injury when doing Dips and Sit Ups?
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- Shoulder Tightness -Any suggestions for extreme tightening at the back of my right shoulder blade?