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Rotator Cuff Exercises for All Golfers!

Rotator Cuff Exercises for All Golfers!

Today is August 17th, 2018 and we present Rotator Cuff Exercises for All Golfers! Fitness Friday #101.  A Golf Video Blog with Mel Sole, Director of Instruction and Master Professional at the Mel Sole Golf School headquartered at Pawleys Plantation Golf and Country Club in Pawleys Island, SC.

Rotator Cuff Exercises for All Golfers!

This weeks Fitness Friday is hosted by our regular fitness guru Carolina Romero aka The Fit Golfer Girl.  She is assisted by a licenced Physical Therapist in Domenic Pompile, PT, CSCS, and owner of Vado Therapy. He is located in Delray Beach, FL. 

This week Dominic and Carolina are going to help all you golfers who suffer from rotator cuff injuries.  And yes, that means me as well!  These are a series of exercises that I will be doing on a regular basis.

Subscapularis Release.

Using a foam roller and laying on your side, place the armpit area across the roller. Maintaining your body weight pressure, stay in this position for 10 to 20 seconds to loosen this area.

Pectoral Minor Release.

Using a medicine ball, place the ball between the wall and the area between the shoulder and the neck.  Maintain the pressure against the wall for 10 to 20 seconds. Make sure there is no pain or numbness in the arm.

Scapular Depressions.

With your arms extended out in front of you, raise the arms with the thumbs pointing upward.  Try and slide the shoulder blades down as the arms raise up.

Scapular Pushups.

In a pushup position, bring the shoulder blades together and the chest drops towards the floor. Then push away, rounding out the shoulders back to the starting position. Repeat three or four times to really loosen up the shoulder area.

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Source: Carolina Romero   The Fit Golfer Girl  Mel Sole Golf School

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