The climb up, as well as passive and active hanging will help develop mobility in your shoulder joints.
Your ability to raise your arm above your head is dependent upon the healthy function of a major joint in your shoulder region - the glenohumeral joint. This is what most of us know as the “ball and socket joint” of the shoulder. It allows you to move your scapula in pretty much every direction.
The rotator cuff muscles are what support the glenohumeral joint. A lot of people think there’s just one rotator cuff, but guess what? You’ve actually got four of them.
It may come as a surprise, but exercise is not the answer to everything. Here are five reasons to hold off on breaking a sweat.
I know what you’re thinking. You’re scratching your head thinking that as a fitness writer I am supposed to be writing about the reasons you should exercise. Fair enough, but honestly, that story is so played out. You already know the reasons you should exercise. The fact that exercise is good for us and that we should do it is news to exactly no one.
Thruster variations can help develop mobility, stability, and strength.
They are the exercises that give you butterflies when you see their names in your workouts. The ones you know are incredibly beneficial, but it takes all of your will not to make an excuse why you can’t do them right now.