Rotator cuff exercises will help you strengthen your rotator cuffs and keep them healthy for the rest of your life.
Too many people injure and tear their rotator cuffs.
Let's put an end to all of the shoulder pain and shoulder injuries…
Wouldn't that be great? To have a real end to all the shoulder pain?
You should be lifting weights as a part of your regular exercise program. This means you need to be free of shoulder pain to lift weights. Warming up your shoulders very well will help you be able to lift weights.
You need constant maintenance on your shoulders during each and every weight training workout.
The Best Rotator Cuff and Shoulder Exercises
I've put together a selection of videos on exercises to help strengthen your rotator cuff musculature.
Please watch the videos if you really want to have strong and healthy shoulders for the rest of your life. Your rotator cuffs are very important to the quality of your life.
Ensure you always warm up your shoulders well before performing any upper body compound exercises.
The videos above will give you an idea of what to do to warm up the shoulders and keep the rotator cuffs healthy and strong.
Especially watch the last video there if you'd like a quick and easy routine for warming up the shoulders before performing your weight lifting routine. Quick and easy.
A Foam Roller Is A MUST From Here On Out…
If you want to keep your rotator cuffs healthy for life, you've got to start using a foam roller.
And actually, you need to use a foam roller for your entire body if you are lifting weights regularly. A foam roller will get rid of all scar tissue that really screws with your joints.
If you have joint pain of ANY kind, a foam roller will do miracles for your joints.
Here's a video to get you started with your new foam roller:
We have more information here on the website for using the foam roller correctly. You can find tons of information on proper rest and recovery from weight lifting workouts.
Your shoulders will feel great before long. Of course, you need to consult your doctor on anything you are going to try. Make sure it's okay with your doctor before doing anything.