The Shoulder Joint has a vast array of possible movements which also makes it vulnerable to injuries and bursa impingement. Exercises which ‘open up’ the joint can help increase the shoulders function and stability. In good posture, stand with you arms by your side and thumbs pointing upwards (palms facing forward). keeping your arms
Counter Push UpsExercises which require the core (midsection) to be challenged along with the targeted muscle groups, are good at increasing body awareness and help prevent potential lower back injuries. A good example of this is the ‘Push Up’, however most people aren’t strong enough to perform it. By starting this exercise at 45degree
Being able to keep your balance helps maintain your confidence in preventing potential falls. The Lateral Leg Raise requires the smaller and sometimes lazy muscles of the bottom and hip to contribute to a movement. This makes it a great exercise to maintain strength in the hips and feel more stable on your feet.