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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Mobility Monday: Subscap Mobility


The subscapularis is the muscle of the rotator cuff group that moves your arm into internal rotation.   This muscle can also cause problems with limiting external rotation if the muscle is locked down and feeding into upper crossed syndrome.  These are a few simple mobilizations that can help loosen this area up and get you moving.


Things It Helps:
-Shoulder Pain
-Limited External Rotation
-Generalized Shoulder Tightness

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