When it comes to shoulder health, the ability to control the scapula plays an integral role. The scapula are the two flat shaped bones that we refer to as our shoulder blades.
The scapula are designed to help keep our arms attached to our body; therefore, learning how to properly control the shoulder blade in various positions can help improve performance and decrease our risk of shoulder and neck pain.
Here is one of my favorite drills to start improving scapular control and shoulder mobility.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns - let me know below! If you found this helpful, please share!!!