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  1. FingerorMoon? is offline

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    Posted On:
    11/20/2003 7:51pm

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    The 7 minute Rotator Cuff Solution

    I finally got a copy of this book after knowing about it for a few years.

    Does anybody else have this?
    I've found it quite interesting.

    The exercises for rehab I expected - namely lying flys and lying L-flys. Some new stretches I hadn't seen (and variations on stretches I have...)

    The exercises to strengthen and stop injuries suprised me though:

    Shoulder press behind the neck ! :eek:
    - it done in a specific way with a specific posture, but still, didn't expect to see even a variation of on the known shoulder wreckers in there.

    Lat raise
    - again, not an exercise I expected to see in there. Again you are supposed to do them in a certain way.

    Thoughts (on shoulder and rotator cuff strengthening as well)?
    Discuss.
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  2. SmackDown is offline

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    Posted On:
    11/22/2003 3:13pm


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    If you hurt your rotator cuff the first thing I would recommend is going to see an Active Relief Therapist, can do a world of good. If you want good ways to strengthen your rotator cuff try doing the overhead walk and the overhead figure eight, these excercises will make your shoulder stabilizers fire and increase rotator cuff strength.

    To do them get either a barbell( to start) or barbells(more advanced) pick them up above your head as if you're doing shoulder press and start walking. Try to walk for somewhere around two to five minutes. For a figure eight mark out a figure eight thats about ten to fifteen feet long and walk around it with the weight held above your head.

    Looks goofy, works great.
  3. Disaster Master is offline

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    Posted On:
    11/22/2003 3:26pm


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    Indian club exercises have worked the best for me.
  4. FingerorMoon? is offline

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    Posted On:
    11/23/2003 4:45pm

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    "To do them get either a barbell( to start) or barbells(more advanced) pick them up above your head as if you're doing shoulder press and start walking. Try to walk for somewhere around two to five minutes. For a figure eight mark out a figure eight thats about ten to fifteen feet long and walk around it with the weight held above your head."


    Interesting.
    Have never heard of this.
    The Wastrel - So attractive he HAS to be a woman.
    - Pizdoff
  5. SmackDown is offline

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    Posted On:
    11/23/2003 9:02pm


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    Everyone will look at you funny but man does this ever work well. Just to let you know I'm about six feet 175 lbs and I do this with about 100 - 120 lbs. Just remember not to let your back arch out when doing this. Keep your abs tight.

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