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Pick your program here - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 Rounded shoulders are one of the most common postural problems that not only makes us look bad when standing but it compromises our bodies over time. In this video, I’m going to show you how to fix rounded shoulders in just 4 steps by attacking the problem with the right series of corrections. In order to get rid of round shoulders you will have to work on correcting joint issues, muscle weakness, muscle tightness and bad habits. We start with the joint correction. Most of us would think that we likely have a problem with our shoulder joint if the issue is rounded shoulders but that isn’t exactly accurate. In fact, tightness and restriction in the mid back (thoracic spine) is a far more significant joint mobility issue that is causing the shoulders to assume a bad posture. You can use things like a foam roller to try and correct this mobility issue but what is more effective and easier to implement is the simple drill shown in this video. All you have to do is lie face down on the floor and extend your arms up over your head at a 45 degree angle. Roll backwards to one side and let your arms stay high. This will not only rotate your thoracic spine but it will move it into extension and help you open up the restricted area. Do just a few turns to the left and right each day and you will quickly see your posture improve from just this alone. Next, we have to deal with the muscle issues. Muscles involved in causing rounded shoulders are either tight or weak. The syndrome is called upper cross and it is one where the muscles of the pec minor, levator scar and upper traps get tight and short and need stretching while the rhomboids, subscapularis, serratus and lower traps get long and weak. Here we are going to first focus on those that need to be stretched. The best two stretches are ones that you can do without any equipment. All you need is a doorway to position your body in and you are good to go. Stretch the subscapularis by putting your elbow inside the doorway and getting your arm into a position to throw a baseball. Rotate your body away from the elbow and you will feel a good stretch in the muscle deep inside your armpit and in the back of your arm. Hold for just 30-45 seconds and repeat a few times. Best results come from doing this just a few times per week on both arms. The pec minor stretch can be seen described here. Be sure to also stretch it for 30-45 seconds a few times a week and before long you will find it easier than ever to get into the correct posture because you have freed up the tightnesses. In order to be able to hold this proper position however, without thinking, you are going to have to strengthen the right muscles as well. Here are shown just two exercises that you can do with one inexpensive resistance band. The key is that they not only work the right muscles to fix the problem but they work them in the right combination with each other. The focus here should not be on doing lots of reps but rather fewer quality reps. This whole routine for fixing your rounded shoulders should not take you more than just 5 minutes to perform. The key is going to be to be consistent with it. I tried to keep it really easy to follow and low in the requirement of equipment. Just a few times per week and 4 steps is all you need to start making the rounded shoulders you now have a distant memory. If you are looking for a complete workout program that is designed by a physical therapist to not only give you great posture but help you to build serious athletic muscle in the process, head to 🤍 and get one of the ATHLEAN-X Training Systems. Start training like an athlete so you can start feeling and looking like one in no time. For more videos on how to fix anterior pelvic tilt and scapular winging along with other common postural imbalances, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at 🤍
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Do these 5 exercises to fix your rounded shoulders posture long term. You need to both release/stretch the tight muscles, and activate the weak/underactive muscles. Get 3 more posture correction exercises here: 🤍 Check out our article on this topic: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍 Medical Disclaimer: Nothing posted on this channel is medical advice or a substitute for advice from your physician or healthcare provider. Always contact your physician or other healthcare provider with any questions about a medical condition or your personal health. You may read the full disclaimer here: 🤍
Dr. Rowe shows how to instantly fix rounded shoulders with an easy exercise that can be done at home. It requires no equipment and may help improve forward, rounded shoulder posture within 30 SECONDS. It's also a great daily exercise to build strength and stability, and prevent bad posture in the back and shoulders. Let us know how it works for you! * Dr. Michael Rowe St. Joseph, Michigan chiropractor If you are looking for effective neck, back, or sciatica pain relief, contact us at 269-408-8439 or visit us at 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Your local St. Joseph | Benton Harbor | Stevensville Michigan chiropractor SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center 3134 Niles Rd Saint Joseph, MI 49085 MEDICAL DISCLAIMER All information, content, and material of this video or website is for informational and demonstration purposes only. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. Don’t use this content as a replacement for treatment and advice given by your doctor or health care provider. Consult with your doctor or healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. By watching this video, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center (and its representatives) for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. USE OF THIS CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. #posture #shoulders #roundedshoulders
Please watch: "You'll Fail This Fitness Challenge (And It Might Kill You)" 🤍 ~ In this video, we are going to talk about how to sleep to fix rounded shoulders. If you have bad posture or have some shoulder pain, we've got you covered. Discover what causes rounded shoulder posture and how to sleep if you have rounded shoulders. Learn what are the different positions and how they affect your rounded shoulder posture. By the end of the video, I'm going to explain the most powerful step you can take to fix your rounded shoulders for the long term. 00:00 Intro to fixing rounded shoulders while sleeping 00:35 What causes rounded shoulders 02:22 How to sleep with rounded shoulder 02:34 Sleeping on your stomach 03:07 Sleeping on your side 03:56 Sleeping on your back 04:23 The best sleeping position for rounded shoulders 06:02 The most powerful step you can take to fix rounded shoulders 06:32 Outro/ helpful links 👉 Beginner exercise for rounded shoulders (no equipment): 🤍 👉 Beginner exercise for rounded shoulders (with band): 🤍 👍 Get free videos to fix your shoulders! 🤍 👍 The Shoulder Fix program: 🤍 👉 Check out How Keep Your Shoulders Healthy Videos: 🤍 UPRIGHT HELP DIY Programs: 🤍 Recommended gear (shoes, bands, etc.): 🤍 At Upright Health we give you strategies and research to get your life back. With principled functional training, we believe everyone can beat chronic pain and get strong, mobile, and resilient. Our DIY programs help you troubleshoot and train your body safely. It's not about sweating and puking or just gutting through pain. It's not about voodoo tricks and pricey gadgets. It's about practical functional training that works for real people. We help you tear down fear and build up muscle. We help you break free of limitations so you can move with confidence. We help you think right, move right, and feel right. Matt Hsu's own battle with chronic pain from the age of 16 in his feet, knees, hips, back, shoulders, elbows, forearms, wrists, hands, and head gives him a uniquely thorough understanding of musculoskeletal pain, the ways in which it can undermine an entire life, and the mental and physical hurdles that keep people from getting out of it. When not filming videos, he's working out in the living room, surfing, learning dance or gymnastics moves, or riding a bike with his son in tow. UPRIGHT SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 CREDITS Music: David Cutter Music - 🤍 #FixRoundedShoulders #Shoulders #UprightHealth
For the longest I've always had rounded shoulders. Due to bad posture while playing video games, eating, watching TV and looking down while walking. So I found this video, that shows a variety of stretches that improves (Rounded Shoulders). So I will stretch every morning and evening and overtime I will see if these stretches actually improve my posture. Stay Tuned.
Have rounded shoulders but no matter what you do you're unable to fix it and correct your posture. This video is the answer. NEW PPL PROGRAM: 🤍 FULL GYM PROGRAM: 🤍 30 DAY GARAGE PROGRAM: 🤍 The biggest problem you're running into is that you're doing everything that everyone else is telling you to do, stretching tight muscles and strengthening overly stretched ones but if you're past a certain point that's not enough. If you're to the point where you've actually changed what a full ROM is for you then you're going to need to add these two things in. First you need to start doing isometric contractions at what is a fully stretched position for you. I hesitate to say extreme stretch because I know some kids is going to get carried away and try to fix his rolled/rounded shoulders in one day and end up hurting himself. Don't try to force the stretch deeper, just hold a contraction in a stretched position, gravity will take care of the rest. Also you need to start training in a full ROM more often. Every exercise you do I would add at least one set where you take it all the way though a full ROM because if you just continue to reinforce your bad posture with partial movement then you'll never make progress. #roundedshoulders #exercises #badposture
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We're going to talk about a really important topic & that is how to really fix those rounded shoulders. Want to fix rounded shoulders and develop strong, good looking shoulder blades? 🤍 When you have rounded shoulders you're probably going to have pain and probably some discomfort. And you probably don't have the full range and capacity that your shoulder can go through. What is probably going on is there are some tight muscles and probably some weak muscles as well. A lot of the time if you get prescribed extra exercise for this, you're going to get external rotation. We’re going to try to strengthen the rotator cuff. We’re going to try to strengthen the back of the shoulder and probably some scapular tractors as well. These are all great things that are going to stretch the front of the chest. But what I have found in my experience is that you can do as many of these as you want and if you don't know how to position your shoulder correctly, if you don't have the motor control to control what your shoulder is doing & where it should be during exercise & throughout the whole day, then these exercises really aren’t going to do anything for you. All you're going to be doing is doing those exercises in a poor position and then go back to a poor position when you're done. We're really not going to get much out of it so we have to focus on the motor control aspect in and understand how to control your shoulder and set it in the position that is going to be most healthy. So the first thing that I like to have people do is to just do a standing double-arm external rotation. We’re just going to go like this and now what we're looking for is there that for their shoulders stay back. We don't want to jump into this internally rotated into your tilted humorous position. We’re just going to go out to a limit here when you get to that go ahead and just squeeze a little trying to press a little bit further and that's going to activate that shoulder those external rotators. The elbows stay tight and we're going into some external rotation now we've done that you know maybe or maybe not you might be feeling these that external rotators in the back of the shoulder turning on hopefully might be feeling that if not that's okay now this next one that we're going to do is to start trying to find where our shoulders should actually sit so you put one arm out like this what you're going to do have your palm facing away from you and you’re going to twist this way okay we're twisting into external rotation. The whole arm should be twisting and that is setting my shoulder into external rotational now eventually what we want to get tithe point where we can do this and now I don’t have to move my hands but I can still set my shoulder back into external rotation. That’s where my shoulders should be we’re not going straight back into this. The shoulder comes back so now another thing that you can think agoutis what we're actually doing here is we’re kind of supinating the arms which means that we're just flipping the palms upwards so if I put these down by my side now my hands are facing this way my palms are facing away from me. The problem is that your shoulders here throughout the whole day when you're on the computer you’re standing up when you're walking around. We’ve got to fix what we're doing all day long and then eventually that’s going to become a little bit more normal for you that's where you going to become the norm to then we go in the gym now we can really trained the exercises that are going to strengthen those muscles to make it even easier to hold this position all the time. Once you feel like you have a grasp on that then really simple exercise to do is just a banded external rotation so now that I feel like I know where my shoulder needs to be. What I see a lot is that people externally rotate when they've been with their exercise their back. That's not going to get you anywhere. We have to learn how to send trait that joint put that shoulder back into external rotation a little bit because you too far an internal rotation we get back an external rotation we restore that range of motion and then better posture their shoulder function now you can actually go in the gym and strengthen those muscles like we should. MOVE STRONG NOW - DEVELOP STRENGTH & MOBILITY 🤍 FIX ANTERIOR PELVIC TILT PROGRAM 🤍 Free Ebook on GETTING STRONGER: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 In person strength, posture, & alignment training to get control of your life in San Francisco Bay Area (Redwood City): 🤍 Healthy Hips Program: 🤍
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This video shares some simple but highly effective Exercises for Rounded Shoulders which can be done at home. There are many exercise video's available on Youtube related to posture. The majority of them focus on either stretching exercises or strengthening exercises to help to achieve the upright posture. This video is the missing link for all those videos. Combine the exercises in this video with stretching and strengthening seen in other Youtube video's, and results will be achieved. Jasper Hulscher is the Clinic Director of Milton and Fornham Chiropractic Clinics. The clinics are located in Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds in the United Kingdom. Milton Chiropractic Clinic 2 Ely Road Milton, Cambridge CB24 6DD United Kingdom +44 (0) 1223 864444 🤍 Fornham Chiropractic Clinic Fornham Business Court Hall Farm Fornham St Martin Bury St Edmunds United Kingdom +44 (0) 1284 220202 🤍
In this video I'll show you how to fix rounded shoulder posture, and fix your posture so that your shoulders are more aligned. For instance, do you catch yourself hunched over in the mirror and detest the look of your slumping shoulders? Well, forward rounded shoulders are often developed from sustained periods of slouching and/or the result of an unbalanced training routine. And not only is it aesthetically unappealing, but it can also negatively affect your ability to perform specific exercises in the gym and potentially put you at a higher risk of developing shoulder pain and injuries. In this video, I cover how to fix rounded shoulders posture through a combination of stretches for bad posture correction and posture exercises you can do within 10 minutes for a quick posture fix. Based on the analysis of multiple papers, two primary things contribute to your slumping shoulders. First, overactive muscles that have become tight and are pulling the shoulders into the forward position. The main culprits for this are often the pecs and the upper traps, in combination with a general lack of thoracic mobility. Second, underactive muscles that have become weak and are failing to pull the shoulders back. The main culprits for this are typically the traps (mid and lower) and the serratus anterior. And research shows that these underactive muscles became weak over time partly due to the overactive muscles preventing us from being able to turn on these underactive muscles in the first place. Therefore, when it comes to how to fix rounded shoulders, we’ll be making use of a two-part routine: stretching of the overactive muscles, then the strengthening of underactive muscles. For the first part of the routine, we’ll concentrate on stretching out your overactive muscles. And we’ll make use of two primary stretches for bad posture correction: thoracic extensions and band over-and-backs. If you don’t have a foam roller, I’ve included links to two I recommend below. The second part of the posture fix routine involves three posture exercises: the band pull-apart, banded Y-raise, and push-up plus. This step is critical: case studies analyzing rounded shoulder posture have found that this provides significantly better corrective results than the stretching we previously did. But with all these exercises, you must make each rep count. You'll need to perform each rep slowly, with control, and proper form; only then will you be able to engage the right muscles that you intend to. And keep in mind guys, if you want to correct bad posture for the long-term, you need to not only always be aware of how your posture is throughout the day and correct it accordingly, but you also need to ensure that your training program is structured in a way that prevents these muscle imbalances from occurring. That’s exactly why within my Built With Science programs, we’ve taken the time to carefully select each and every exercise included in your weekly training routines such that you can build lean muscle while actually improving your posture and correcting your muscle imbalances in the process. To join today, take the start point analysis quiz below to determine what program is best for you: 🤍 LINKS TO FOAM ROLLER (These are affiliate links, and I will get a portion of the sale, so thank you in advance!) 🤍 (the one I used in this video) 🤍 (a better quality one) LINK TO RESISTANCE BANDS: 🤍 TRAPS WORKOUT VIDEO: 🤍 MUSIC: Soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired Filmed By: Bruno Martin Del Campo Subscribe to my channel here: 🤍
Dr. Rowe shows how to fix rounded shoulders at home using NO SPECIAL EQUIPMENT! If you're dealing with unsightly rounded shoulders and forward posture, you may be dealing with what is known as UPPER CROSS SYNDROME. This is a combination of weak and tight muscles in and around the chest, upper back, neck, and shoulders. We're going to help address this forward, rounded shoulder posture by doing easy, effective DYNAMIC exercises that will help strengthen and lengthen many muscles groups in a short amount of time. That way we can address issues caused by upper cross syndrome, such as bad posture, and help get rid of rounded shoulders for good. WATCH now for the best exercises to fix rounded shoulders! CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro 0:52 Lift Offs 3:12 'Imaginary' Face Pulls 5:06 Shoulder CARS 7:35 ULTIMATE COMBO! * Dr. Michael Rowe St. Joseph, Michigan chiropractor If you are looking for effective neck, back, or sciatica pain relief, contact us at 269-408-8439 or visit us at 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Your local St. Joseph | Benton Harbor | Stevensville Michigan chiropractor SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center 3134 Niles Rd Saint Joseph, MI 49085 MEDICAL DISCLAIMER All information, content, and material of this video or website is for informational and demonstration purposes only. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. Don’t use this content as a replacement for treatment and advice given by your doctor or health care provider. Consult with your doctor or healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. By watching this video, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center (and its representatives) for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. USE OF THIS CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. #roundedshoulders #shoulders #shoulderpain #chiropractic
Struggling with shoulder pain? Let's take a look at what causes it. The first contributor is the muscle imbalances around your shoulder created as a result of spending a lot of time sedentary in poor positions. The second is what you do during your workouts, where you neglect the rotator cuff and scapular muscles. Combine these two, and shoulder impingement can occur. This can then lead to shoulder pain, especially when lifting your arm overhead or behind your back. The key to shoulder impingement treatment (or preventing this), and just keeping your shoulders healthy in general is quite simple. All it takes is 2 easy steps (that involve exercises and stretches) for some much-needed shoulder pain relief. The first step for shoulder impingement treatment is to create more space in your shoulder joint to relieve the pinching on your tendon and the pain that you’re feeling. To do so, we need to activate the various muscles you’ve been neglecting and have weakened overtime. The first muscle, the lower traps, can easily be activated and strengthened with a simple bodyweight progression. Level 1 involves first lifting your chest off the ground slightly by using your mid back muscles, raising your arms up while turning your palms out, and then pulling your shoulder blades back and down as these are the two main functions of the lower traps. Hold this position for 10 seconds and then repeat for more reps. Move to the other progressions once you’re ready. The next thing you want to do to relieve shoulder pain is to strengthen the serratus anterior. We’re going to first focus on activating it. First, assume a wall plank position with your forearms on the wall. Then, think about pulling your shoulder blades down and around your ribs by pushing away from the wall with your forearms. Hold this for 20-30 seconds and then repeat for more reps. Lastly, to strengthen the external rotators, we’ll perform the side lying external rotation. Simple rotate your arm upwards while keeping your elbow pinned to the side. The next step is to address the root cause of your shoulder impingement, which lie in the various mobility restrictions that were created from a sedentary lifestyle. The two most problematic areas we’ll want to look at are the pecs and the mid-back. When the pecs are tight, they pull our shoulder into this forward rounded position. To help mobilize them, , all you need is a wall or something to prop your elbow against. Keep your elbow at 90 degrees, brace your core, and then lunge forward gently until you feel a stretch in your pecs. Then, slide your arm up and down slowly to stretch out the different fibres and muscles of your chest. Do this for 30-60 seconds and then switch sides. We’ll then work on the mid-back to continue addressing your shoulder impingement issue with a thoracic extension move. To perform this movement, place your elbows on top of a bench or couch with your hands together. Sit your hips back into your heels and simultaneously drop your chest towards the ground. Hold that bottom position for a few deep breaths before repeating for more reps. So, as a summary, here’s list of corrective exercises that you’ll want to run through for shoulder pain relief. Do this 2-3 times a day initially. Part 1: Lower Traps Exercise Progression: 10 reps with 5-10s pause at top Serratus Anterior Wall Exercise: 5 reps with 20-30 second holds (progress to sliding version) Side Lying External Rotation: 15-20 reps (progress to raising arm version) Part 2: Pec Stretch: 5-10 reps sliding up/down wall each arm Thoracic Extensions: 10 reps with 2s pause at bottom By implementing these two parts, you’ll be able to not only quickly relieve your shoulder but will also be addressing the root cause of the problem. It may sound tedious, but you won’t need to do these every single day indefinitely. If you choose the right exercises to include in your workouts, while making an effort to move more and be mindful of your posture throughout the day, you’ll be able to keep these muscles strengthened and prevent imbalances from occurring without having to do a ton of different corrective exercises every day. And for a step-by-step program that uses science to show you exactly how to transform your body as efficiently as possible without overlooking key muscles that make all the difference, then simply take the analysis quiz to discover which science-based program would be best for you and where your body is currently at below: 🤍 Subscribe to my channel here: 🤍 MOBILITY VIDEO: 🤍 MUSIC: 🤍
Learn how to fix rounded shoulders and slouched back posture. Bad posture can lead to a dowager's neck hump. This could further lead to shoulder pain. Believe it or not you can even fix your posture while sleeping. There are stretches, exercise, and whole workouts to help you fix your bad posture. Watch this video to help. 🔥 FREE 6 Week Shred: 🤍 📲 Fat Loss Calculator: 🤍 Timestamps: Postural Imbalances: 0:39 Identify the Cause: 1:24 Where do Postural Deviations Come From?: 1:47 Fixing the Root Cause: Computers: 3:35 Comfortable Seating: 4:05 Cell Phones: 4:23 Driving 4:55 Walking, Standing and Upright Posture 5:18 Shoulder Protraction: 6:27 Upper Back Days: 7:50 Sure having rounded shoulders may not seem like a big deal right now but unfortunately that slouch gets worse with age and can lead to what's called a downguards hump. So unless you're striving to look like Quasimodo I highly recommend you watch this video especially If your the type of person that finds yourself slouching a lot. Because there really is a step-by-step simple process that you can follow to get rid of rounded shoulders once and for all. Bad posture is not just the result of your joints randomly being offset rather than sitting correctly in the proper alignment. Almost all postural imbalances also known as postural deviations are the result of tight and weak muscle groups around a joint that cause that joint to be thrown out of the proper alignment. When you spend years of your life slouching the solution isn't just straightening out your back. How many times have you heard... "sit up straight, straighten out that back" or maybe even someone actually physically put their thumbs into your shoulder blades and straightened out your back for you. Unfortunately this doesn't solve the problem because your body will simply just return to that slouched position especially when you stop thinking about keeping your back straight and relax. To ACTUALLY fix this problem the very first thing that we want to do is identify what's causing the bad posture to begin with because if we don't identify what's causing it and we just start fixing the tight and weak muscle groups then all your efforts of fixing the are going to go to waste because you're going to be causing more of the same problem as you're trying to fix it. It's kind of like hitting your hand with a hammer every day and then icing it. So where do postural deviations like shoulder protraction come from. Well most postural deviations are related to your lifestyle and the typical postures you find yourself in throughout the day. Rounded shoulders are by far one of the most common imbalances and the reason why is because most of us are sitting throughout the day. Not only are we sitting but a lot of us are staring at a computer screen. And usually that computer screen is below eye level and the chair is pulled way out rather than being pulled in, so we find ourselves in a slouched position while working throughout the day. Then when we get some free time we go to our phones and when we text on our phones or watch videos or go on Facebook you hold your phone below eye level...........i mean most people i know hold their phones down here, not up here. Then from there we get in the car to go home and the whole ride home we're sitting slouched over the steering wheel. All these times where you're slouching whether it be on your phone in your car or working in front of a computer or even worse on a laptop you're stretching all these muscles out in your back off setting the proper length tension relationships between your muscles around your shoulder joint. This means that once you stretch all these muscles out these muscles get weaker due to the fact they're in a stretched position making it even harder to maintain an upright posture. Causes like this exists for every postural imbalance not just rounded shoulders. People come to train with me all the time with one shoulder lower than the other a lot of times due to carrying a briefcase or a bag in that one arm or on that one side for years. And over the years it literally stretches out their trap and affects their whole kinetic chain... so the hips might come out to the side to counterbalance the shoulder and then their knee might cave inward to balance the hips. So to fix the root cause of rounded shoulders you want to start first with your computer because that's when most people are slouched over the most. First of all if you have a laptop get it off of your lap and put it on a table. Once it's on the table whether you have a laptop or a monitor bring it up to eye level. The bottom portion of the screen should literally be right in front of your eyes when you're
Please watch: "You'll Fail This Fitness Challenge (And It Might Kill You)" 🤍 ~ Looking for a simple beginner exercise for rounded shoulders? No gym but still want to improve your posture and shoulder strength? This shoulder exercise will build arm and shoulder strength and can be a great fix for rounded shoulders. When you don't have access to a gym or dumbbells, bands can provide a great way to work your shoulders. By setting up bands on a secure anchor point, you don't need a gym to improve your shoulder posture. Rounded shoulders are a product of poor shoulder strength and length. The band row can reduce shoulder rounding and improve your upper back posture. It's easy to do with no gym and can be done at home, the office, or anywhere you can tie exercise bands. Don't have bands? Here's a NO EQUIPMENT option for rounded shoulders: 🤍 Everything you need to know about posture: 🤍 Hunchback Fix: 🤍 Articles and programs for your hips: 🤍 Shoulder Fix: 🤍 UPRIGHT HELP DIY Programs: 🤍 Workshops: 🤍 Recommended gear (shoes, bands, etc.): 🤍 UPRIGHT SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 CREDITS Music: David Cutter Music - 🤍 #FixRoundedShoulders #ShoulderPosture #UprightHealth
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Please watch: "You'll Fail This Fitness Challenge (And It Might Kill You)" 🤍 ~ Looking for a fix for rounded shoulders? Trying to improve your posture? Matt demonstrates two exercises to retrain your shoulder position and improve your shoulder posture. These exercises require no equipment at all! Free Shoulder Tips and Exercises: 🤍 The Shoulder Fix Program: 🤍 Shoulder Exercise #1: 0:55 Shoulder Exercise #2: 4:46 Sets and reps: 8:40 Closing: 10:40 The first exercise to fix your posture is a doorway row. This is a beginner shoulder exercise that helps you engage your mid traps, lower traps, biceps, and lats (and your pecs a little as well as you squeeze the wall). Generally doing 3 sets of 10-20 works well for most people. The important thing to remember is that you don’t allow your scapulae to elevate. The second exercise to improve your rounded shoulders is bent over arm circles. To do these, you simply need to fold at the hips, put your arms and hands out to the side, and start making circles with your arms. You can also experiment with hand/thumb position to see which positions are most challenging for you. Sets of 20-100 circles in both directions will help improve shoulder muscle endurance over time. If you’re doing sets of 20, doing 2-3 sets will be good. If you find you’re able to do sets of 100 circles, then you probably already know your body well enough to know that you can probably do a ton of these and may need to find a harder exercise! 😃 It’s also important to remember that with any exercise, individuals respond differently. Pay attention to what your body tells you and work on progressing your strength in safe, gradual ways. These exercises can be done anywhere. Let us know where you’ll be doing these exercises in the comment section! For other rounded shoulder exercises, check out Strength Side: 🤍 *Other Do It Yourself Exercise Programs * 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Mobility, Strength, and Life Training in Redwood City, CA (San Francisco Bay Area) 🤍 Support us on Patreon! 🤍
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These 5 exercises are my absolute favorites for fixing rounded shoulders. Not only will they increase the range of motion in your shoulder, they will also improve your thoracic mobility. A stronger, more flexible spine is your best defense against the Hunchback of Poor Posture. Best of all, these effective exercises are easy to do at home with minimal equipment. 0:00 Intro 0:30 Wall Slide + Lift 1:45 Press and Stretch 2:35 Is, Ys and Ts 3:15 Pec/Lat Stretch with Foam Roller 3:57 Diagonal band exercise Gear I Use: 💪 Resistance Bands: 🤍 🔫 Massage Gun: 🤍 🧽 Foam Roller: 🤍 🎥 Canon EOS R M6: 🤍 💡 Neewer Lights: 🤍 🎤 Rode NTG4+: 🤍 🧰 Physical Therapy Tools I Use & Recommend: 🏋️♀️ ✅ MedBridge Education for CEUs: 🤍 💰 (Save $175 with Promo Code PTProgress) 💡Efficient Therapy Documentation Course ✏️ 🤍 📝 Therapy Documentation Templates: 🤍 😲 It’s how I save 30-60 minutes a day on documentation ⏰ 📚 For PT Students 🎓 😱Picmonic: 🤍 💻 MedBridge Student: 🤍 (promo code PTPstudent) 📔NPTE Therapy Ed Guide: 🤍 🙋🏽Interested in Becoming a PT? 🙋🏻♀️ Get the PT School Interview Guide: 🤍 *Disclaimer* The content found on this channel and any affiliated websites are not considered medical or financial advice. The information presented is for general education and entertainment purposes only. If you need medical attention, seek care from your physician or physical therapist. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless PTProgress, its employees, officers, and independent contractors for any and all injuries, losses, or damages resulting from any claims that arise from misuse of the content presented on this channel or associated websites. Some of the links above may be affiliate links, which help support the channel but does not cost you anything.
How to Fix Rounded Shoulders! Ab evidence-based approach. There is a simple way to fix rounded shoulders if you avoid all the internet BS and go right to the source, which is the scientific literature on that topic. In this video, I present a posture correction program based on the results of 21 studies that dealt with rounded shoulders effectively. 📣 About the video: Fixing Rounded Shoulders starts first with understanding the real cause of this issue. The major problem when trying to correct posture is to jump right to the millions of solutions that can be found on the internet, before first understanding the nature of the problem. ➡ Understanding a problem comes always before fixing it. For this reason, this video is divided into 3 important chapters: - First, clear the mist around posture correction exercises for rounded shoulders and the cause of this condition. - Then explain the real cause of rounded shoulders - And finally, present an easy-to-follow 5-step posture correction program based on the results of 21 studies. 📌 Posture Correction Program for Rounded Shoulders (photos & presentation): 🤍 📌 Find the FREE Postural Assessment Guide at this link: 🤍 📌 How to fix Forward Head (video): 🤍 📌 How to fix Hyperkyphosis (video): 🤍 📑 Video content: 00:00 - Intro 01:00 - The 2 big misconceptions that will mislead you 04:48 - The 5 step posture correction program to Fix Rounded Shoulders References: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Music: 🤍
Hi guys, I'm Mai-Linh Dovan, Certified Athletic Therapist and Founder of Rehab-U Movement and Performance Therapy. 👀 BECOME A MOVEMENT & PERFORMANCE THERAPY SPECIALIST Optimize fundamental movement, build capacity, and maximize performance START YOUR JOURNEY👉 🤍 Live and online courses for personal trainers, fitness professionals and health care providers ●▬▬▬▬▬▬visit our blog▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● Hundreds of articles on rehab and training #rehabistraining 👉 🤍 Welcome to our YouTube channel, and make sure that you subscribe if you haven’t already and hit the bell! In this week’s video, we’re going to talk about rounded shoulders. Make sure to watch the full video 👇🏽 and remember to SUBSCRIBE to our channel! I'm going to tell you a little story about rounded shoulders. A recent client of mine motivated me to do this video about rounded shoulders. Unfortunately, I don't have him here with me, but fortunately, I have Carolane who's likely going to get more views than my client. Carolane is also one of our therapists at Rehab-u here at Missfit Laval. So if you ever have a little problem, make sure you come see her. All right, so the story I want to talk about, about rounded shoulders is, and it's a bit like when you hear me talk about how we get into kind of cues, and we get into things that we see and and we kind of have a tunnel vision of what we need to do for this thing that we're seeing, that's kind of a story with rounded shoulders where you know you'll see someone with rounded shoulders or people with rounded shoulders are going to say, well how would I correct my posture and they get told that it's about a rounded back that they need to straighten up their posture. But some people have rounded shoulders, but actually have a flat T-spine. Okay. So it isn't the case with Carolane she is not, well, she’s kind of flat. She doesn't have the winging and all of that, but sometimes people will have a shoulder that's rounded but a T-spine that’s really flat. And what are the cues that these people are getting, they’re getting cues like squeeze your shoulder blades to clean up your posture. This particular client of mine, what he had been told was imagine there's a little string pulling the top of your chest up. Now, here's the thing about a flat t-spine. A flat t-spine is already in a lot of extension and it tends to be like a rigid stick. So if you're driving them into more extension and telling them to bring their chest up they’re likely jamming those facet joints closed. This particular client of mine would complain about pain between the shoulder blades, pain in the upper back, which likely may have been because of that miscue he was getting and he said to me, no matter how much I try to bring my chest up, it really wouldn't bring my shoulders back. My shoulders were still forward. And the reason for that is that a flat T spine is a really poor foundation for the scapula to move on. So, typically what you'll see with people who have a very flat t-spine, is, you'll see scapula that are winging. So they're internally rotated and typically, they're also anterior tilted. And what that does is it brings the glenoid facing anteriorly and that's why the shoulders are rounded. No matter how much they try to bring their chest up and bring their T-spine into extension, that's not going to change that plane of the scapula. Okay? Now it's also classic for people with those flat T-spine, and winging scapula, to kind of have pain in that mid upper back area. And in my experience, they'll often get pain with things like, carrying a heavy backpack or carrying a purse, like a heavy purse on one shoulder. In the case of my client, he's a firefighter, so what would really trigger his pain is if it he was out long with the equipment on and all that pressure on his shoulders That being said with a flat T spine and and rounded shoulders, AKA scapulae that are winging, that are anterior tilted and bringing that joint forward, what we really want to do, there's a couple of things we want to do. We want to get them into some flexion. Remember they’re flat and that's rigid and it's not going to be a good foundation for the scapula to move on. So we want to give them some flexion because that will usually relieve a lot of their pain and tension, and then the second thing we want to do is we want to get that scapula moving on that flexed spine. Okay, so we're going to look into what we can do to get them into some flexion and then what we can do to get the scapula moving on to that flexed T-spine. So one of the things that are really effective for getting the T-spine into flexion, getting some mobility in that rigid stick, that flat T-spine is using breathing. And you've heard me talk about breathing as being the most powerful tool for mobilization. If you haven't seen that video, check it out on our channel.
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If you want to fix bad posture and do it quickly, then you will want to watch this step by step video for how to get better posture. The key to perfect posture is to address the issues specifically and consistently. Here, I show you a series of six tests that you can easily perform at home to determine where you specific posture issues are and then I tell you the exact stretches and exercises you can do to correct the problem. In just 22 days, you will be able to test yourself to identify the causes of your bad posture and then get a gameplan for fixing these one by one. It starts on day one with the posture test. Now, as a physical therapist, I am definitely one to advocate seeing a professional in your area to give you a thorough evaluation to determine not just what postural issues you may have but the severity of them and how they may differ from one side to the other. That said, the six areas addressed here are usually so prominent that they benefit from working on them now without delaying any further. These areas of muscle tightness and posture problems are the thoracic spine being too rounded, the hamstrings being too tight, calf tightness, inflexible abs, tight hip flexors and hip rotators that often get neglected. Through a series of tests, you will be able to quickly assess these areas on yourself and determine whether you need to focus on them as part of your specific 22 day plan. Each of the tests are presented in a pass or fail method. If you pass the posture exam for that area you do not need to focus on the stretches or exercise corrections for this problem. You can simply skip it. If you fail any postural test however you will need to be sure to include the specified exercises and stretches for this area over your next 3 weeks. After testing day, you then perform an alternating series of stretch days and exercise or strengthening days for the next 20 days. Any stretches or exercises that correspond to your failed tests are to be performed as instructed in the video for their recommended hold times, sets and reps. The final day is once again your chance to evaluate and see how much you have improved your posture. For instance, when it comes to your thoracic spine, you likely have allowed it to become too rounded and lost the ability to extend back from all the sitting and texting we do. The stretch to fix rounded shoulders and a forward head is to kneel down and place your elbows on a surface in front of you. Drop your chest down and arch your upper back as much as you can to increase your thoracic extension. You can strengthen this area of weakness by performing a face pull to work the muscles of the upper back more. These muscles often times get weak from being in a prolonged state of stretch due to the tightness on the opposite side of the body. Bad posture is something that can not only make you look bad but feel bad. If you want to fix your posture however you have to be willing to put in the effort. It didn’t take you one day to develop the posture you have right now so it’s not going to take you one day to undo it. That said, with a consistent attention to doing the right things day by day, you will be able to fix your posture and stand tall much faster than you might think. To get better posture, you also don’t want to overdo it. This means, not trying to overstretch or push more than you are comfortable with when you do stretch. What happens is your body winds up rejecting your aggressiveness to the approach and only keeps the amount of flexibility improvements you will see from this to a minimum. If you want to know how to fix bad posture forever, you will always want to compliment your specific posture fix with a workout program to strengthen your entire body as one unit. This is where the ATHLEAN-X programs come in. You can check out the plan that is right for your specific goals at athleanx.com and using the program selector tool. For more videos on how to fix bad posture and the fastest way to perfect posture, be sure to subscribe to our channel via the link below and remember to turn on your notifications so you never miss a new video when it’s published. Build Muscle in 90 Days - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍
Most of us spend many hours a day looking down with forward head posture and rounded shoulders from texting on our phones, sitting at a computer, or even driving long distances. This causes shortening of the pectoralis/chest muscles causing internal rotation/pronation of the shoulders. This prolong position weakens the foundation of the neck region, leading to herniated discs, degenerative arthritis, and pinched nerves. In this video I will show you a simple way you can help counteract those deficiencies while sleeping.
So are you looking for a quick way to relieve neck pain, and help with rounded shoulders and bad posture? Stay tuned! In this video, Dr. Rowe (chiropractor in St. Joseph, MI) will share with you a good exercise that can offer you lasting relief. At SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center in St. Joseph, MI, our goal is to not only provide quick relief for a work related injury, but also to treat its underlying causes. To understand what may be contributing to your pain or other symptoms, we perform a thorough examination of your muscles, ligaments, joints and posture, and discuss any past injuries and lifestyle habits that may be contributing to your condition. Dr. Rowe, chiropractor in St. Joseph, MI, has advanced training in complex joint and soft tissue problems that may cause neck and back pain and draws from a variety of treatment techniques, including chiropractic and spinal decompression therapy. If you are looking for effective back, neck, or sciatica pain relief, contact us at 269-408-8439 or visit us at 🤍 Michael Rowe, DC St. Joseph, MI Chiropractor 3134 Niles Rd Saint Joseph, MI 49085 269-408-8439 Your local chiropractor in Stevensville | Benton Harbor | St. Joseph, MI Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍
Many people who work at desk or computer, are guilty of spending all day with their shoulders rounded, head looking down, and hunched over a computer. Remaining in this static position, can lead to shortened, overactive pec muscles and weak upper back muscles. How to avoid desk-related injuries: 🤍 Banded pull aparts: Start with your arms straight in front, palms facing down. Pull your hands apart, squeezing your shoulder blades together without elevating or shrugging your shoulders. Rows: Pull your elbows to your ribcage and squeeze your shoulder blades together. The goal is to complete a row without lifting or shrugging your shoulders. Wall Slides: With your shoulders and back against a wall, and arms facing outwards, place your arms in a “W” shape. Extend your arms into a “Y” shape trying to keep your hands sliding along the wall Banded External Rotation: Start with your elbows at your side, palms down. Pull your hands apart to externally rotate the shoulder while keeping your elbows glued to your side Doorframe pec stretch: Place arms at shoulder height, either straight or elbows bent. Place hand or elbow on a doorframe and feel the stretch in pec area Disclaimer: Each individuals needs are different. If you are experiencing neck, shoulder or back pain, book an appointment with our team to best assess your pain and develop a treatment plan The article and video is meant solely for informational purposes only. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please consult with your health care provider, or book an appointment with one of our physiotherapists: 🌐 🤍 📧 info🤍westcoastsci.com 🏢 201-2520 Ontario St., Vancouver ☎️ (604) 445-7811 🏢 101-1125 Nicola Ave., Port Coquitlam ☎️ (604) 500-7811 #WestcoastSCI #physiotherapy - - - #physio #physiotherapist #kinesiology #activerehab #worklifebalance #balance #student #guidedworkout #fitforlife #fitness #health #exercise #workout #vancouver #poco #coquitlam #strongboardbalance #bodygoals #mobility #posture #ubckin #vancouverphysiotherapy #vancouverphysio #vancouverkin
Correct your postsure by fixing those rounded shoulders fast! This video explains why rounded shoulders occur, and gives simple and effective exercises to start correcting them. Get More Great Tips - Subscribe ➜ 🤍 Website: 🤍
Andromeda Trumbull goes over some exercises to help open up the chest and strengthen the shoulders.