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It depends on what the problem is. Usually, I believe that there are 2 things you need to address for any postural issues/imbalances. Stretching the shortened muscle and strengthening the antagonist. In this case, this tool can allow you to stretch your chest (internal rotator) and to a certain extend, allow you to do isometric holds for your rhomboids (...


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You should retract the shoulder blades (at least for external rotation) (1: 9mins). For someone that is not experiencing shoulder pain I think it may suffice to do windmills or Turkish get ups (2). These also train the rotator cuffs (3). An interesting (?) curiosity is that we are the only specie that can throw really hard and really fast. Throwing probably ...


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When you stop working out, your muscles and tendons will start to lose their flexibility since they won't be warmed up and moved as much. This can happen much more quickly than a noticeable loss of strength, and even a small amount of tightness in a joint or muscle group can lead to aches and pains, especially in load bearing joints like your knees or back. ...


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