You’ve been through surgery for your shoulder. Then you go to rehab with a PT. THEN you’re all DONE. BUT…What if you are still feeling weak and still have pain? Well, then it’s shoulder separation rehab time.

This is the typical routine after surgery AND after therapy is done. Your shoulder ether is still in pain or the pain begins to come back.

These shoulder separation rehab exercises in today’s WOD will help you even if you don’t have a separated shoulder.

Too many people STOP doing their PT exercises after surgery. I agree you don’t have to do them ALL, but since surgery was needed your tissues will never be the same again. Therefore it takes daily practices, like today’s WOD, that can help your shoulder stay strong for the rest of your life.

SO let’s get to it then shall we?

Here it is…

WOD #134 Shoulder Separation Rehab Time

1-6 Rounds

Warm Up – 5 Minutes Cardio

  • Arm Circles – :30 seconds
    – Side
  • Reverse Fly – :30 seconds
  • Internal Rotation – :30 seconds
  • External Rotation – :30 seconds

Cool Down – Downward Dog / Child’s Pose For 5 Deep Breaths

Have fun!

You Got This!

In the Video below I show you exactly what to do, WITH modifications. If you are looking for more of a 1:1 experience, then email me at [email protected]

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