What Weight Lifting Exercise Can Be Done With Rotator Cuff Tendonitis?


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There are five common exercises commonly used to strengthen the shoulder muscles, and thus prevent rotator cuff Tendonitis from setting in. The first one involves warm-up activities for the shoulder, highlighted by the pendulum exercise. It starts out with a stretching of the arms and the shoulders, initially by letting the arms to hang down while bending at waist level. This should then be followed by a gentle swinging of the arms, keeping the muscles relaxed. Afterward, slowly lift the arm within three seconds, then gradually lower it within six seconds. Keep repeating the process until the arms get tired. Initially, this should be done in sets of either 20s or 30s without the aid of weights. Eventually, though, weights will have to be utilized to further strengthen the rotator cuff.

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