Shoulder external rotation with a weight is an important option to help increase shoulder mobility. More stretches for shoulder mobility:
To perform Shoulder External Rotation with a Weight:
1. Lie down in your side with the arm you must exercise on top. Bend your elbow to about 90 degrees and keep it near your body. Using a weight, start along with your arm at your stomach.
2. Then slowly rotate your arm up about parallel to the bottom after which slowly come back down.
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Shoulder External Rotation with a Weight for Shoulder Mobility:
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