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The World’s Most Difficult Rotator Cuff Exercise?

Rotator Cuff Exercise InnovationThere are a lot of great rotator cuff exercises … from those that isolate the subscapularis to the ones that require complete shoulder girdle involvement.  You’re only limited by your imagination and have a wide variety of rotator cuff exercises to choose from.

The “real” question is … Which rotator cuff exercise do YOU need?

Dan Blewett, from Warbird Training Academy specializes in developing pitchers and has devised a great multi-joint rotator cuff strengthening exercise.

The Warbird pull apart involves, the all 4 rotator cuff muscles plus the serratus anterior on one side and the infraspinatus and teres minor on the other side.

And it nails the core as well.  Take a look:

Give it a try and let me know how you like it.

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About Chris Melton

Chris Melton is an entrepreneur, blogger and one of the owners of Joint Mechanix, LLC ... the creators of the Rotater ... a rotator cuff rehab tool used by physical therapists, athletic trainers, athletes and proactive shoulder rehab patients.

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