The video and description below explain how to do some back and shoulder resistance band strength exercises. Resistance bands are helpful in strengthening your back and shoulder muscles. Neck, shoulder, or arm pain could be due to a weakness in the shoulders and upper back, so these exercises we discuss could help improve this.
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Here are your Two Back and Shoulder Resistance Band Strength Exercises to try:
Exercise #1: Lawn Mower
Tie the band low down onto something sturdy, hold the end of the band with your right hand and start by facing where the band is tied. Drive your right elbow back at the same time as rotating your upper body to the right and then return to the start position. Increase the tension on the band if needed.
Repeat 3 x 6 times.
Exercise #2: Wood Chop
Tie the band low down onto something sturdy and hold the band with both hands at the end. Start with the band to your left side, your arms low down, and your upper body rotated to the left. Bring your hands up diagonally and rotate your upper body to the right before slowly returning to the start position.
Repeat 3 x 6 times and then on the opposite side.
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