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  • We are delighted to welcome Rebekah Monk to our friendly team at Pharmaceutical Rehabilitation Services. Rebekah brings a wealth of experience and will be seeing patients on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Call to book an appointment with Rebekah today.
  • We are delighted to welcome Rebekah Monk to our friendly team at Pharmaceutical Rehabilitation Services. Rebekah brings a wealth of experience and will be seeing patients on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Call to book an appointment with Rebekah today.

  •  1  1  7 minutes ago
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  •  1  1  15 minutes ago
  • When taking the  vacation doesn't help...
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The solution for workplace stress. Time off. Take a vacation. Except, what happens when taking the vacation doesn't help? When you plan the gorgeous getaway to the tropical location of your dreams or finally splurge for the all inclusive ski vacation. And yet, you come back feeling even more resentful than when you left. The mountains of paperwork, endless emails and same old problems lurking behind your office door.
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Or even worse, what if you never even really got to enjoy the vacation in the first place. It took you three days to finally relax and the final weekend was spent sick with impending doom about having to go back to work.
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Often time, taking time off is an imperative part of the recovery process. However, burnout is not something that will go away just because you step away for a week long escape. Burnout runs much deeper and is rooted in not only in the work environment itself, but is also impacted by a multitude of patterns, behaviors and triggers.
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Taking time away can create space, but this is just the beginning. Shoot me a DM and let's connect. I'd love to know if you've ever taken vacation and still been burnt out? 😩
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#burnout #coach #pt #healthcareburnout #recovery #ot #occupationaltherapystudent #occupationaltherapist #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist #rehab #healthcareprovider #healing #vacation
  • When taking the vacation doesn't help...
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    The solution for workplace stress. Time off. Take a vacation. Except, what happens when taking the vacation doesn't help? When you plan the gorgeous getaway to the tropical location of your dreams or finally splurge for the all inclusive ski vacation. And yet, you come back feeling even more resentful than when you left. The mountains of paperwork, endless emails and same old problems lurking behind your office door.
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    Or even worse, what if you never even really got to enjoy the vacation in the first place. It took you three days to finally relax and the final weekend was spent sick with impending doom about having to go back to work.
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    Often time, taking time off is an imperative part of the recovery process. However, burnout is not something that will go away just because you step away for a week long escape. Burnout runs much deeper and is rooted in not only in the work environment itself, but is also impacted by a multitude of patterns, behaviors and triggers.
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    Taking time away can create space, but this is just the beginning. Shoot me a DM and let's connect. I'd love to know if you've ever taken vacation and still been burnt out? 😩
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    #burnout #coach #pt #healthcareburnout #recovery #ot #occupationaltherapystudent #occupationaltherapist #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist #rehab #healthcareprovider #healing #vacation

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  • Everyone wants things quickly, but that never seems to work out well in the long run...🤔
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I would rather someone create 1 positive behavior change that last a life time, then anything that ever happens in a 30 day weight loss or get fit challenge.
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Patience can be really hard, especially when you have a goal that you want to achieve!  But please, enjoy the process and don’t rush it!
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Strength training is hard. There isn‘t always instant gratification. Stop rushing things.
  • Everyone wants things quickly, but that never seems to work out well in the long run...🤔

    I would rather someone create 1 positive behavior change that last a life time, then anything that ever happens in a 30 day weight loss or get fit challenge.

    Patience can be really hard, especially when you have a goal that you want to achieve! But please, enjoy the process and don’t rush it!

    Strength training is hard. There isn‘t always instant gratification. Stop rushing things.

  •  40  6  25 minutes ago
  • December’s Product of the month:
Coreflex Hinged Knee Brace!
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This knee brace is ideal for people with knee instabilities, MCL, or LCL tears and can help prevent hyperextension injuries.
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It features heavy duty metal hinges for optimal support, and is made of premium grade latex free neoprene
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It also provides compression with supportive stabilizing straps
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It’s functional enough to wear while playing all sports, work related duties or daily activities, and it’s covered by most insurance companies!
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#McMaster #Mac #Physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #hamont #hamilton #Rehab #injury #prehab #DavidBraleySportMed #recovery #massage
  • December’s Product of the month:
    Coreflex Hinged Knee Brace!

    This knee brace is ideal for people with knee instabilities, MCL, or LCL tears and can help prevent hyperextension injuries.

    It features heavy duty metal hinges for optimal support, and is made of premium grade latex free neoprene

    It also provides compression with supportive stabilizing straps

    It’s functional enough to wear while playing all sports, work related duties or daily activities, and it’s covered by most insurance companies!

    #McMaster #Mac #Physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #hamont #hamilton #Rehab #injury #prehab #DavidBraleySportMed #recovery #massage

  •  3  0  34 minutes ago
  • Have you Received your FREE 7 minute Mobility Flow featuring @robinmartinyoga?

Here is a snippet of the 1st of 6 Full Body Mobility Routines that you will find in our Yoga Edition of the Mobility Manifesto.

This flow is from the 1st Phase of our Program (Gain the Range). All of the drills from this Phase are designed to help you Gain The Necessary Ranges of Motion to will help you Deepen into Postures without Pain or Restriction.

If you haven't gotten your free mobility flow yet click the link in our bio and get it now!

#movetoimprove
  • Have you Received your FREE 7 minute Mobility Flow featuring @robinmartinyoga?

    Here is a snippet of the 1st of 6 Full Body Mobility Routines that you will find in our Yoga Edition of the Mobility Manifesto.

    This flow is from the 1st Phase of our Program (Gain the Range). All of the drills from this Phase are designed to help you Gain The Necessary Ranges of Motion to will help you Deepen into Postures without Pain or Restriction.

    If you haven't gotten your free mobility flow yet click the link in our bio and get it now!

    #movetoimprove

  •  8  3  41 minutes ago
  • Overhead Carries .
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Overhead carries and their variations can be a great tool to increase shoulder and core stability.  Here TJ performs a handful of variations that we use with our athletes. .
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1. KB overhead carry
2. Single arm overhead/suitcase
3. Single arm overhead/racked 
4. KB overhead lateral 
5. Overhead Bamboo
  • Overhead Carries .
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    Overhead carries and their variations can be a great tool to increase shoulder and core stability. Here TJ performs a handful of variations that we use with our athletes. .
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    1. KB overhead carry
    2. Single arm overhead/suitcase
    3. Single arm overhead/racked
    4. KB overhead lateral
    5. Overhead Bamboo

  •  7  1  45 minutes ago
  • Grooming our way into the weekend💕 It’s been a long week. Updates to come tomorrow. In the meantime, please enjoy the two best rescue horses in the world. They are everything I am and am not. Blessed that I know them the way they have let me. #TheHNHSanctuary #AutumnTheFilly #NormanTheOTTB
  • Grooming our way into the weekend💕 It’s been a long week. Updates to come tomorrow. In the meantime, please enjoy the two best rescue horses in the world. They are everything I am and am not. Blessed that I know them the way they have let me. #TheHNHSanctuary #AutumnTheFilly #NormanTheOTTB

  •  57  1  46 minutes ago
  • Great post for anyone trying to improve overhead mobility! If you're a gymnast def go follow @shift_movementscience

Reposted from @shift_movementscience - 🤸🏻‍♂️5 Step Shoulder Flexibility Circuit for Gymnasts🤸🏻‍♂️⠀
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🚨Limited shoulder flexibility is, unfortunately, one of the most common, and most frustrating things gymnasts deal with. It causes many gymnasts to struggle with flat handstand lines, powerful tumbling or swinging, and can many times be a factor for shoulder, wrist, and back pain. -⠀
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🤷🏻‍♂️Whether it stems from natural growth, lots of training, or strength imbalances, when left unchecked it can really limit an athlete. Like I mistakenly did as a younger coach, many people still jump to pulling on an athlete's shoulders or doing aggressive flexibility drills to help. -⠀
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🤓After many years of reading the available research, talking with expert gymnastics coaches, and tinkering, I have found some really helpful circuits to use instead of just long duration stretching. -⠀
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📚The steps in this circuit, shown with examples in the video are⠀
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1️⃣30-60 seconds soft tissue work to lat, teres major, pec⠀
2️⃣x30 seconds specific stretching to lat, teres major, pec, and thoracic spine if needed⠀
3️⃣x10 reps strength work to upper back muscles⠀
4️⃣x10 reps active flexibility work with floor angles (can be scaled to wall or back as needed)⠀
5️⃣x5 reps eccentric chin up lowers with 5 second lower and 5 second pause -⠀
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References if interested, and Pre-Hab  download link below!⠀
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Refernces -⠀
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Soft Tissue (Beardsly 2015, Cheatam 2015)⠀
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26592233⠀
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4637917/⠀
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Specific Stretching (Thomas et al 2018)⠀
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29506306⠀
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Shoulder EMG (Reinold 2009, )⠀
https://www.jospt.org/doi/pdf/10.2519/jospt.2009.2835⠀
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4687830/pdf/10.1177_2325967115613988.pdf⠀
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Eccentrics (O'Sullivan 2012, Zollnar 2012, Franchi 2014)⠀
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22522590⠀
https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article…⠀
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24387247 #gymnastics #shoulderflexibility
  • Great post for anyone trying to improve overhead mobility! If you're a gymnast def go follow @shift_movementscience

    Reposted from @shift_movementscience - 🤸🏻‍♂️5 Step Shoulder Flexibility Circuit for Gymnasts🤸🏻‍♂️⠀
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    -⠀
    🚨Limited shoulder flexibility is, unfortunately, one of the most common, and most frustrating things gymnasts deal with. It causes many gymnasts to struggle with flat handstand lines, powerful tumbling or swinging, and can many times be a factor for shoulder, wrist, and back pain. -⠀
    -⠀
    🤷🏻‍♂️Whether it stems from natural growth, lots of training, or strength imbalances, when left unchecked it can really limit an athlete. Like I mistakenly did as a younger coach, many people still jump to pulling on an athlete's shoulders or doing aggressive flexibility drills to help. -⠀
    -⠀
    🤓After many years of reading the available research, talking with expert gymnastics coaches, and tinkering, I have found some really helpful circuits to use instead of just long duration stretching. -⠀
    -⠀
    📚The steps in this circuit, shown with examples in the video are⠀
    -⠀
    -⠀
    1️⃣30-60 seconds soft tissue work to lat, teres major, pec⠀
    2️⃣x30 seconds specific stretching to lat, teres major, pec, and thoracic spine if needed⠀
    3️⃣x10 reps strength work to upper back muscles⠀
    4️⃣x10 reps active flexibility work with floor angles (can be scaled to wall or back as needed)⠀
    5️⃣x5 reps eccentric chin up lowers with 5 second lower and 5 second pause -⠀
    -⠀
    References if interested, and Pre-Hab download link below!⠀
    -⠀
    -⠀
    Refernces -⠀
    -⠀
    Soft Tissue (Beardsly 2015, Cheatam 2015)⠀
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26592233⠀
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4637917/⠀
    -⠀
    -⠀
    Specific Stretching (Thomas et al 2018)⠀
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29506306⠀
    -⠀
    -⠀
    Shoulder EMG (Reinold 2009, )⠀
    https://www.jospt.org/doi/pdf/10.2519/jospt.2009.2835⠀
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4687830/pdf/10.1177_2325967115613988.pdf⠀
    -⠀
    -⠀
    Eccentrics (O'Sullivan 2012, Zollnar 2012, Franchi 2014)⠀
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22522590⠀
    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article…⠀
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24387247 #gymnastics #shoulderflexibility

  •  1  1  47 minutes ago
  • This is the story of someone close to me who was suffering from severe Parkinson’s disease. He was stuck in bed for almost two years, only leaving to attend appointments. He felt trapped and as if no one could help, and his wife was run down from giving him a bed bath every day, changing his sheets, and not having anytime for herself. They tried at home nurses to assist but these never worked out. Eventually he went to a rehabilitation hospital, and he began walking. After a month he moved into a private care facility. After 3 months there, I saw him almost run down the hallway the other day, without his stick... From spending his life in bed, not being able to control his shakes, he is now walking and living! What does he attribute this to? Proper rehabilitation INCLUDING lengthy exercise sessions with physiotherapists and exercise physiologists!
  • This is the story of someone close to me who was suffering from severe Parkinson’s disease. He was stuck in bed for almost two years, only leaving to attend appointments. He felt trapped and as if no one could help, and his wife was run down from giving him a bed bath every day, changing his sheets, and not having anytime for herself. They tried at home nurses to assist but these never worked out. Eventually he went to a rehabilitation hospital, and he began walking. After a month he moved into a private care facility. After 3 months there, I saw him almost run down the hallway the other day, without his stick... From spending his life in bed, not being able to control his shakes, he is now walking and living! What does he attribute this to? Proper rehabilitation INCLUDING lengthy exercise sessions with physiotherapists and exercise physiologists!

  •  2  1  50 minutes ago
  • 三大栄養素-炭水化物、脂質、タンパク質
について、わかりやすいものを見つけましたよ!

#Repost @strong_by_science_education with @get_repost
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The three macros are fats, carbs, and proteins. However, despite the most obvious uses for these being energy and tissue rebuilding, some of the other uses of them are not often discussed. For example, fats play a prominent role in building cell walls, and a cell wall integrity. They also play a very important role in developing hormones. For example cholesterol is the precursor to all androgens. .
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Carbs while carbs are mainly used solely for fuel. However, when we think about fuel, we cannot just think about muscular action, but the metabolic processes that take place. Thus carbs allow for these metabolic processes to take place, and by indirect influence play a part in them. .
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Proteins are most commonly associated with tissue repair and development. However, they play an important role in neurotransmitter synthesis as well as enzyme creation. That’s when we think about proteins, we often think about rebuilding muscle, but not other important enzyme/neurotransmitters that play a key role in the body.
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#squats #squat #rehab #therapy #physicaltherapy #strength #strengthcoach #science #performance #train #training #lift #run #sprint #jump #basketball #soccer #football #athletictraining #nutrition #fit #lifting #denver
  • 三大栄養素-炭水化物、脂質、タンパク質
    について、わかりやすいものを見つけましたよ!

    #Repost @strong_by_science_education with @get_repost
    ・・・
    The three macros are fats, carbs, and proteins. However, despite the most obvious uses for these being energy and tissue rebuilding, some of the other uses of them are not often discussed. For example, fats play a prominent role in building cell walls, and a cell wall integrity. They also play a very important role in developing hormones. For example cholesterol is the precursor to all androgens. .
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    Carbs while carbs are mainly used solely for fuel. However, when we think about fuel, we cannot just think about muscular action, but the metabolic processes that take place. Thus carbs allow for these metabolic processes to take place, and by indirect influence play a part in them. .
    .
    Proteins are most commonly associated with tissue repair and development. However, they play an important role in neurotransmitter synthesis as well as enzyme creation. That’s when we think about proteins, we often think about rebuilding muscle, but not other important enzyme/neurotransmitters that play a key role in the body.
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    #squats #squat #rehab #therapy #physicaltherapy #strength #strengthcoach #science #performance #train #training #lift #run #sprint #jump #basketball #soccer #football #athletictraining #nutrition #fit #lifting #denver

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Top #Rehab Posts

  • Rotator cuff - mini band & more. Following post shows 4 different exercises that can be used to target the rotator cuff (mostly external rotators).
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1️⃣ - Mini Band Wall Walks
2️⃣ - 90/90 Banded External Rotation (ER)
3️⃣ - Dumbbell Scaption Raises - Thumbs Up Open Can
4️⃣ - Banded ER Wall Slide
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🐥- Showing your rotator cuffs some direct work and focus in your training can pay dividends in the long run for your shoulder health- don’t forget about them. Please share with someone who could benefit from seeing this post!
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  • Rotator cuff - mini band & more. Following post shows 4 different exercises that can be used to target the rotator cuff (mostly external rotators).
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    1️⃣ - Mini Band Wall Walks
    2️⃣ - 90/90 Banded External Rotation (ER)
    3️⃣ - Dumbbell Scaption Raises - Thumbs Up Open Can
    4️⃣ - Banded ER Wall Slide
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    🐥- Showing your rotator cuffs some direct work and focus in your training can pay dividends in the long run for your shoulder health- don’t forget about them. Please share with someone who could benefit from seeing this post!
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  • Trail running above the clouds!
  • Trail running above the clouds!

  •  1,126  28  21 hours ago
  • 𝙎𝘼𝙑𝙀 𝙏𝙃𝙄𝙎 𝙁𝙊𝙍 𝙇𝘼𝙏𝙀𝙍📲
👇𝙏𝙖𝙜 𝙖 𝙛𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙣𝙙 𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙣𝙚𝙚𝙙𝙨 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙨!👇
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Follow @P.T.Pete for daily fitness/nutrition tips and education📚
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STRONG UPPER BACK⚡️- one of the best things you should be doing to keep those shoulders healthy is maintaining a strong upper back. Rows, rows, rows, and more rows! The upper back can not be strengthened enough! A strong upper back will assure your shoulders maintain proper alignment, resulting in healthy shoulders and healthy posture.⁣⁣
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MOBILITY WORK⚡️- with how much sitting our society does today, you should be doing light mobility work everyday to keep your shoulders healthy. You see, with sitting a lot throughout the day, your posture slumps forwards, causing the surrounding muscles to become tight(and weak). Grab a band and start to work through some light mobility drills daily.⁣⁣
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STRENGTHEN ROTATOR CUFF⚡️- Lastly, you need to constantly be strengthening your rotator cuff. Your rotator cuff is a group of muscles that surround the scapula. These muscles stabilize the shoulder joint. Weak rotator cuff muscles = poor stability, which is the formula for an injury!⁣⁣
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The rotator cuff muscles should be trained with light weight, and high repetitions. ⁣⁣
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#prehab #rehab #backpain #didyouknow #lowbackpain #sciatica #yoga #fitness #mobilitywod #flexibility #physicaltherapy #yogi #bodybuilding #weekendyoga #flyefit #squat #hypertrophy #legday #workout #yogaformen #physio #irishfitfam #idoportal #idoportalmethod #myodetox  #mobility #hipmobility #yogafit #stretchdaily⁣ #iifym
  • 𝙎𝘼𝙑𝙀 𝙏𝙃𝙄𝙎 𝙁𝙊𝙍 𝙇𝘼𝙏𝙀𝙍📲
    👇𝙏𝙖𝙜 𝙖 𝙛𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙣𝙙 𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙣𝙚𝙚𝙙𝙨 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙨!👇
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    Follow @P.T.Pete for daily fitness/nutrition tips and education📚
    -
    STRONG UPPER BACK⚡️- one of the best things you should be doing to keep those shoulders healthy is maintaining a strong upper back. Rows, rows, rows, and more rows! The upper back can not be strengthened enough! A strong upper back will assure your shoulders maintain proper alignment, resulting in healthy shoulders and healthy posture.⁣⁣
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    MOBILITY WORK⚡️- with how much sitting our society does today, you should be doing light mobility work everyday to keep your shoulders healthy. You see, with sitting a lot throughout the day, your posture slumps forwards, causing the surrounding muscles to become tight(and weak). Grab a band and start to work through some light mobility drills daily.⁣⁣
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    STRENGTHEN ROTATOR CUFF⚡️- Lastly, you need to constantly be strengthening your rotator cuff. Your rotator cuff is a group of muscles that surround the scapula. These muscles stabilize the shoulder joint. Weak rotator cuff muscles = poor stability, which is the formula for an injury!⁣⁣
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    The rotator cuff muscles should be trained with light weight, and high repetitions. ⁣⁣
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    #prehab #rehab #backpain #didyouknow #lowbackpain #sciatica #yoga #fitness #mobilitywod #flexibility #physicaltherapy #yogi #bodybuilding #weekendyoga #flyefit #squat #hypertrophy #legday #workout #yogaformen #physio #irishfitfam #idoportal #idoportalmethod #myodetox #mobility #hipmobility #yogafit #stretchdaily#iifym

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