Hands On: Shoulders

Hands On: Shoulders

Keeping the clavicle wide and the scapula protracted ensures that the shoulders remain supple and uninhibited. A lack of strength in the supporting musculature of the shoulder girdle, which is greatly affected by the placement of the shoulder blades on the rib cage and the movement–or lack thereof– of the ribs in breathing, is a frequent cause of most shoulder injuries.

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