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    Exercising that muscle near the scalpula

    I hope I spelled scapula right. Anyways my yoga teacher says that one of the reasons my arm is easily dislocatable is because some of my shoulder muscles are underdeveloped. She told me some weight lifting exercises I can do to develop the muscles. But I have a memory like a goldfish. Can anyone tell me some good exercises to develop the muscles around the back and the scapula. Some of the rotator ones I think.

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    .... Barbell rows?
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    pushups using rings gymnast style.

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    Reverse flies?

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    Rear delt flies is what shes talking about. Your rear delt is weak and most people dont work them out. Try doing rear delt flys and work on your heavy horizontal rowing movements.

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    dips are good

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    SDBPC and cuban presses make my shoulders pop like crazy they feel incredibly instable. I do plenty of rear delt/back work and keep my pressing in check. Any thoughts, are these essential to healthy shoulders in the long term?

    Sorry for the highjack.

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    Face oulls could help too, I would look up Joe Defrancos WS4SB program and look under the upper body workout. He lists a couple exercises that you can use to strengthen this area. Its important for powerlifting (and other stuff too I guess)

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    You may have to start with external rotations and blackburns before you get to sdbpc.

    You can find blackburns here: YouTube - Rotator Cuff Exercises: Blackburns

    Diesel crew shoulder protocol might be worth looking at too: YouTube - DieselCrew.com - Shoulder Rehab Protocol

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