Hey Throwing Athletes
Try this exercise and see how stable your shoulder really is.
This is one of my absolute favorites when it comes to stabilizing the shoulder for overhead activity such as a throw. You have to rely on grip, shoulder and shoulder blade strength to get the bell overhead without crashing down on your 💀.
AND if you do it right it hits that Serratus Anterior muscle I keep talking about that’s so important!
Here’s how you do it.
1️⃣ Turn the kettlebell upside down and hold on tight!
2️⃣ Press straight up as if you’re taking the bell on an elevator completely vertical.
3️⃣ Hold at the top 3-4 seconds.
4️⃣ CONTROL the down phase coming back down to your shoulder.
Caution. This is harder than it looks. You’ll be surprised if you haven’t done this one before.
Any questions hit me up.
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- Dr. D
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