Scapular Mobility

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Level: 1
Region:

Back

Starting position:

Standing facing the anchor point

Strap length:

Mid-length

Functional classification:

Flexibility

Description:

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Grip the handles at waist level. Lean backwards and straighten the arms. Push the sternum inwards until both scapula open up and your upper back is slightly rounded. Push the sternum outwards until both shoulder blades come together. Pay attention to the movement of the scapula. Do not bend the arms. Maintain tension on the suspension trainer.

Recommended load:

8x

Benefits of exercise

Mobilization of blades on FISIO functional hinges 

One of the best exercises to improve the mobility of the shoulder blades. If the mobility of the shoulder blades is limited, then movements in the thoracic region will also be performed in incomplete amplitude. The movement of the shoulder blades occurs unnoticed by us, however, the shoulder blade is connected to the humerus and collarbone, so it is also responsible for the movement of the arms, as well as the shoulder joint. 

By performing this simple exercise, you will improve the motor actions of the shoulder blades, the middle part of the back will become more mobile, hand movements will be performed with full amplitude, within the normal range. The feeling of stiffness between the shoulder blades will go away, swelling will decrease, and general physical well-being will improve. 

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