The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. Due to this, our shoulders have a strong need to be stable. Unfortunately, today's lifestyle puts us into repetitive postures that are not conducive to these needs.
Sitting down at a desk all days causes stiffness/tightness of the upper traps and pecs, and weakness of the deep neck flexors and serratus anterior (SA).
One simple, yet effective exercise that helps build healthy shoulders is serratus slides. This drill is used primarily to strengthen the SA which is responsible for stabilizing your shoulders on the rib cage, and helps us reach our arm overhead.
Check out the video below to learn how to perform serratus slides.
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Move Well, Stay Strong.