In today’s video, I share my thoughts on the common cue of retracting your scapulae together while performing shoulder exercises. I’m not sure this is the most advantageous cue, despite it’s popularity. Instead, I focus on facilitating normal scapulohumeral motion. I don’t want to restrict the scapula while moving the arm.
Learn more about how to cue the scapula during shoulder exercises in the video below.
How to Cue the Scapula During Shoulder Exercises
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