31 Aug How To Bulletproof Your Shoulders

(#255) What are the best exercises for strong, powerful, healthy shoulders?

In this session, I’ll discuss 7 proven exercises to keep your shoulders supple and strong.

While there are many considerations when strengthening the shoulders, I’ll share what I have found to be most valuable in recent years to maintain strong and injury-free shoulders.

If you’re looking to optimize health of the shoulders, listen and learn about the rationale for this progressive approach.

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Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS is a strength coach, athlete, and former “physio” who’s mission is to help men and women, regardless of age or background, forge their best, strongest self. Scott is the author of the book, The Edge of Strength.
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  • Ian Key
    Posted at 04:03h, 02 September Reply

    Excellent article, as always Scott. How do you rate crawling as an exercise for bulletproofing your shoulders?

    • Scott
      Posted at 08:18h, 06 September Reply

      Great question Ian. I’d definitely include crawling in the “bulletproofing” exercises, as well.
      You get many of the same benefits with crawling for total shoulder strength and mobility.

      -Scott

      • Ian Key
        Posted at 18:34h, 06 September Reply

        Thanks for the reply Scott 🙂 That’s great, as I do crawling as part of my warm up for every workout, along with the halo.

        I’m feeling pretty good about the stuff I am doing now, kettlebells, calisthenics and OS bits’n’bobs. Enjoying the journey and always learning more from great resources of information such as yourself 🙂

        Keep up the good work Scott

        • Scott
          Posted at 09:25h, 07 September Reply

          Thanks for the kind words Ian!
          Scott

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