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Build Stability and Strength: 5 Shoulder Exercises for Everyday Wellness

Jamie Bovay Client Blog March24

Imagine starting each day not with anticipation for what lies ahead, but with the dread of shoulder pain that turns every task into a challenge.

Whether it’s reaching for a cup on a high shelf, lifting your child, or simply brushing your hair, shoulder discomfort can significantly dampen your daily life.

You’re not alone if shoulder pain has become an unwelcome companion, shadowing your every move. But here’s the beacon of hope: pain doesn’t have to be your constant.

How Can Shoulder Strength Benefit You?

Building strength and stability in your shoulders is more than just alleviating pain; it’s about reclaiming your life.

Strong shoulders support not just physical tasks but also empower you to engage fully in your passions and responsibilities without fear.

There’s a world where you can move freely, and that world is within your reach. Let’s explore how targeted shoulder exercises can be the cornerstone of not just recovery but enduring wellness.

5 Shoulder Exercises To Alleviate Pain

Here are five shoulder exercises to strengthen your shoulders, improve mobility, and reduce pain:

1. Wall Push-Ups:

Stand arm’s length away from a wall.

Place your palms on the wall at shoulder height and width.

Bend your elbows to bring your body closer to the wall, then push back to the starting position.

Perform 10-15 reps to warm up your shoulder muscles gently.

2. Shoulder Blade Squeezes:

Sit or stand with your back straight. D

raw your shoulder blades together as if trying to hold a pencil between them.

Hold for 5 seconds, then release.

Repeat 10-15 times to strengthen the muscles around your shoulder blades.

3. Arm Circles:

Extend your arms out to the sides at shoulder height.

Make small circles with your arms, gradually increasing the size of the circles.

After 30 seconds, reverse the direction.

This exercise promotes mobility and blood flow.

4. Resistance Band Pull-Aparts:

Hold a resistance band with both hands in front of you at shoulder height, keeping tension on the band.

Pull the band apart by moving your arms to the sides, then slowly return to the starting position.

Aim for 10-15 reps to build strength across your shoulders and upper back.

5. Pendulum Swing:

Lean forward slightly, supporting yourself with one hand on a table.

Let your other arm hang freely and gently swing it in circles and side to side.

Do this for 30 seconds on each side to reduce tension and encourage mobility.

Incorporating these shoulder exercises into your routine can lead to significant improvements in both strength and flexibility, paving the way for a life with less pain and more joy.

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