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#rotator cuff exercises SHOULDER STRENGTH EXERCISES Nova Therapy Massage London, Personal Training & Nutrition Your Health and Wellness are our Team's Top Priority http://www.novatherapy.co.uk/personal-training/

#rotator cuff exercises SHOULDER STRENGTH EXERCISES Nova Therapy Massage London, Personal Training & Nutrition Your Health and Wellness are our Team's Top Priority http://www.novatherapy.co.uk/personal-training/

Isometric Jaw Resistance  In this exercise you will apply resistance to the actions of closing, opening, and lateral deviation of your jaw wh...

Isometric Jaw Resistance In this exercise you will apply resistance to the actions of closing, opening, and lateral deviation of your jaw wh...

No-Equipment Ab Exercises Chart

No-Equipment Ab Exercises Chart

Exercise for rotator cuff, rotator cuff injury, shoulder impingement syndrome - great exercises

Exercise for rotator cuff, rotator cuff injury, shoulder impingement syndrome - great exercises

Rotator cuff strain exercise s

Rotator cuff strain exercise s

Good info!

Good info!

Rotator cuff stretching exercises - http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/rotator-cuff-home-rehabilitation-exercises#

Rotator cuff stretching exercises - http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/rotator-cuff-home-rehabilitation-exercises#

Impingement Syndrome or Rotator Cuff Tendinitis

Impingement Syndrome or Rotator Cuff Tendinitis

The labrum is a cartilage ring that surrounds the shoulder socket (called the glenoid) and makes it deeper. In the above picture, it is numbered "5" - the thin blue ring around the glenoid. Since the socket is deepened by the labrum, the ball of the arm bone (called the head of the humerus) has a better fit into it. Labrum or labral tears are usually associated with trauma, instability of the shoulder, or repetitive throwing as with a baseball player.

The labrum is a cartilage ring that surrounds the shoulder socket (called the glenoid) and makes it deeper. In the above picture, it is numbered "5" - the thin blue ring around the glenoid. Since the socket is deepened by the labrum, the ball of the arm bone (called the head of the humerus) has a better fit into it. Labrum or labral tears are usually associated with trauma, instability of the shoulder, or repetitive throwing as with a baseball player.

Increasing Thoracic Spine Mobility with a Foam Roller

Increasing Thoracic Spine Mobility with a Foam Roller