Shoulder Saver Strength Program

Our Shoulder Saver Strength Program will be a huge help to you if you need to address your basic shoulder health.

woman performing the shoulder saver strength programIf you have had nagging shoulder pain that is not an injury, our shoulder saver strength program is perfect for you!

This Shoulder Saver Strength Program will help your back and shoulder muscles get into balance, which tends to help with shoulder pain. When the front and back of your body are equally as strong, you will feel a lot better. In normal daily living, the front becomes much stronger than the back and that can lead to problems. Once we have our posture improved, our joints are stacked one on top of each other and it reduces wear and tear, as well as muscle stiffness and tightness. Be sure to check with your doctor to be sure there isn't an injury that is causing your shoulder pain.

Shoulder Saver Strength Program: Instructions

Perform a 10-minute warm-up before the following routine. Perform each exercise once and, for a stronger training effect, repeat the circuit. Choose a weight you can handle easily using proper form.

T-bar row: 15 reps

Inverted V Push-up: 8-12 reps

One-Arm Bent Over Row: 12 reps

Swimming Superman: 12 reps

Seated Rope Pull

Dumbbell Shrugs: 15 reps

Facedown Plank Hold on Stability Ball: 10 to 20 seconds

Rear Pull with Band: 15 reps

Would you like a form check on your Shoulder Saver Strength Program exercises?

Form is the most important thing in making sure that you get the best results possible out of a workout program. Even when you have a video of how to perform the exercises with correct form, it's still hard to know if you are doing things correctly. If you'd like a trainer to take a look at your form on these exercises, you can request a Price Quote. We have in-person trainers in select locations and we also offer video calls.

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