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Shoulder Saver Strength Program


This strength training program will help your back and shoulder muscles get into balance, which tends to help with shoulder pain. Be sure to check with your doctor to be sure there isn't an injury that is causing your shoulder pain.

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



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