When you have aches and pains in your shoulders, everything becomes a challenge.
So how do you start getting rid of your shoulder pain, and start building mobility and strength into them?
The first thing to do is learn why the “shoulders down and back cue” isn’t a good cue to use to keep your shoulders in a strong position.
In this recent facebook live event, I demonstrated the right cue that you need to get your shoulders into better position.
You’ll also learn about how to bridge the gap between “rehab exercises” and “strength exercises” for the shoulders, and, I’m demonstrating two soft tissue drills you can do to support your shoulders as you work to make them pain-free and strong.