I’ve seen so many athletes do this exercise the WRONG way.
If you care about increasing velocity, performance and reducing risk of injury, you need to get it right.
Keys to this one:
🔑 Arm at side. Try not to push the arm away from the side. This uses the deltoids and compensates reducing activity of the rotators.
🔑 Set the shoulder blade first. Down and back. This is where most people go wrong.
🔑 Focus on squeezing using the muscles in your shoulder making every rep count.
🔑 Make sure you go slow on the eccentric (return to starting position) phase. This is where the magic happens.
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