Hey guys it’s Daniel from Movement 101, today I’m going to show you a quick tip for shoulder press.
A common mistake I see is when the weight is too heavy or people get fatigued, they tend do arch their back as they do a shoulder press. It turns into almost an arched bench press or an inclined chest press. So, a way around that is rather than having your feet at shoulder width. Place on foot forward and one foot back in a split stance.
This can help prevent too much backwards and forward motion of the spine.
Rotator Cuff related shoulder pain
THE MOST COMMON SHOULDER PROBLEMS INCLUDE:
When the rotator cuff tendons become pinched in the joint due to narrowing of the joint space; this is commonly due to either inflammation or arthritic changes.
Inflammation of the bursa (fluid-filled sacs) around the shoulder that normally are present to provide cushioning.
Can occur in the upper shoulder muscles such as the upper trapezius or in the deltoid muscle at the side of the shoulder.
HOW CAN PHYSIOTHERAPY HELP?
• Provide you with a comprehensive assessment and communicate to you a physical diagnosis of your problem
• Provide a variety of manual therapy techniques which may help reduce your pain
• Provide an exercise regimen specific to your problem to increase mobility and strength
• Provide education regarding your problem and teach you how to self manage in the long term
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