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2009/07/28 00:16:54 (permalink)
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Shoulder dislocations stretch

Any of yous do these?

I can only get the broomstick so far then I can't move it back any further and a bit discomforting, is it just a case of bringing it to a certain point and then gradually increasing the range of motion.


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    Re:Shoulder dislocations stretch 2009/07/28 00:34:10 (permalink)
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    Sorted my own problem, must of been using too narrow a grip.
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    Re:Shoulder dislocations stretch 2009/07/28 03:16:20 (permalink)
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    I do these with a mini band.. love them before a squat session. I have a hard time getting all the way under the bar if I don't do a couple sets of these as part of my warmup
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    Re:Shoulder dislocations stretch 2009/07/28 17:56:09 (permalink)
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    There okay as long as your shoulders are in good condition. The movement can aggrevate any impingement.
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    Re:Shoulder dislocations stretch 2009/07/28 18:17:21 (permalink)
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    cricket_fire

    I do these with a mini band.. love them before a squat session. I have a hard time getting all the way under the bar if I don't do a couple sets of these as part of my warmup


    Do em with bands. Far less stress than with a broom etc. Great way to mobilise the area prior to lifting or after.

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    Re:Shoulder dislocations stretch 2009/07/28 18:28:09 (permalink)
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    What kind of bands are we talking about iain, havent got any in the gym.
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    Re:Shoulder dislocations stretch 2009/07/28 18:43:50 (permalink)
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    I use jumpstretch bands. But some general fitness type bands will be good. Maybe even a couple of bungees?

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    Re:Shoulder dislocations stretch 2009/07/28 18:53:58 (permalink)
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    I take it something like this would do?

    http://www.pullum-sport...ance-bands/prod_514.html
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    Re:Shoulder dislocations stretch 2009/07/28 19:35:42 (permalink)
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    iain123

    I take it something like this would do?

    http://www.pullum-sports.co.uk/accessories/resistance-bands/pullum-resistance-bands/prod_514.html


    Yes. If you want to get a set of bands for all round purposes get minis or super minis. Mind you I like to use my light band to stretch and mobilise with.

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