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Look Good, Feel Good: The Rotator Cuff
Jennifer Benesch, a certified instructor of Pilates, Dance, and Gyrotonic, ...
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Jennifer Benesch, a certified instructor of Pilates, Dance, and Gyrotonic, demonstrates how to strengthen the rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder, important for stability and injury prevention, while toning your upper arms!
Hi. Iím Jennifer Benesch. Iím here today at East Village Movements to show you how to strengthen the muscles of your rotator cuff. Take a theraband, hold it loosely between your fingers on both hands. Draw your elbows right in towards your sides, and then roll your arm bones out in the sockets. Bring the arm bones back in, and then repeat that ten times. Make sure to keep your shoulders above your hips, navel towards your spine, and not breaking the wrists. So keep the arms moving from the head of the socket. For more variations or more information about this exercise, visit me at HYPERLINK "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" email@example.com.