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Hands Behind Back Mobility

Uploaded on April 11, 2014 by G_John
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Purpose: Swimmers often present with shoulder rotation deficits from shoulder musculature imbalances. The hands behind back exercise can restore shoulder internal rotation through active motion. Directions: In the push-up position with your feet wide, bring one hand slowly to your lower body. While doing this, keep your body still. Repeat for 20 repetitions.
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