The key to a healthy rotator cuff!

rotator cuff

The human body has 2 major weak spots in the form of joint structure. The most likely to injure are deemed the “ball and socket” joints, which are the hips and the rotator cuffs. These structures are structured and stabilized by the muscles and their tendons and ligaments that surround them. The irony is that even with these joints being most injury prone, they are also 2 of the most loaded and used joints on the body.

I want to really focus on the rotator cuff right now and how stability within the scapulars can equally long lasting shoulder health so you wont end up a surgical statistic!

Let me say first and foremost, that if you respect your joints at all you’d avoid crossfit like the plague. The basic forms that are implemented contradict the safety with the rotators especially moves such as snatches, clean, jerks and close grip over head presses from the chest. For those not willing to avoid these movements, TriJoint is a solid option to help minimize potential damages from the ranges of motion and strain.

The key to a strong rotator cuff is light weight really targeting the tendon strength and these are typically what result in the greatest injury and tears. Think about the days of elementary PE and doing warmups, one of the most basic of all exercises are shoulder rolls with your hands all the way out to your side. You’d do 30 forward and backward and in no time you’d feel a wrenching burning sensation deep within the shoulder. This feeling isn’t the deltoids, yet the inner deep stabilizers in the shoulders essentially thanking you for not forgetting to show them some love.

With this easy to follow rotator conditioning routine you can easily protect you shoulders from the daily beatings they take!

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