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Here’s a quick video I made going through a simple shoulder routine that I try to do as a cool-down after every taxing shoulder workout; like pull-ups, push-ups and dips. I also go through pyramid workouts in the video and why they’re a great thing to throw into your routines.
Adding in this simple and lightweight routine can not only help you save and strengthen your shoulders, but also help you recover from a shoulder injury!
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Do you know of a similar workout/warmdown for after an intense strength and plyometric leg workout? I don't want to lose agility and sometimes experience pain after heavy sets of squats and Romanian deadlifts.
Great vid! I've broken, separated and dislocated my shoulders. I'm looking forward to trying these out to get stronger. And let me tell you guys, recovering from a break is easy. But after my separation, the doctors say that I'll never get 100% of my strength back, plus my shoulder is now visibly lopsided. And it's laughable how little force it takes now to dislocate my other shoulder. Keep your shoulders strong to prevent crap like this from happening to you.
Preemptive injury prevention is also a good idea, especially with the shoulders. I'd also recommend throwing in sets of internal and external shoulder rotations, and finish with shoulder dislocates and towel stretches to increase flexibility.
Thanks for this Bryan, I've had bad shoulders (one more so than the other) for a long long time... so I'll have to give this a whirl and see if it helps!