Otherwise known as scaption, this exercise is a shoulder stability gem which, when executed precisely, can be very good for gaining shoulder flexion range whilst loading the part of the rotator cuff responsible for lateral rotation. Along with this there can be a very large contribution from serratus anterior which is hugely beneficial to help develop scapulothoracic stability that significantly improves shoulder, id-back and neck performance.
Shoulder Flexion with Resisted Abduction
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