Trx reverse shoulder flyes can maintain good shoulder posture and improve bad shoulder posture because it strengthens the rotator cuff muscles and the scapular stabilizers at the same time.
Most people have internally rotated shoulders (turned inwards), and when the shoulders are turned inwards they are less stable.
The Trx T can help to develop strength in the muscles that hold the shoulders in a position of good posture.
Starting Position: Begin by grasping the trx handles with your palms facing each other. Slowly walk yourself away from the trx so that there is no slack in the straps. Lean your body backwards and keep your arms straight in front of you.
Form: While keeping your body and your arms straight, exhale and pull your arms out to the side so that your body is in the shape of the letter T. Hold for a second and then return to the starting position.
Personal Trainer Tips: Keep a very slight bend in your elbows, so that your elbows are NOT completely locked. Also, make sure that you keep your wrists in the neutral position as you pull backwards.
With the Trx T, you don't have to pull your arms as far back as possible. In the finishing position your arms should be about the level of your torso or a little behind your torso.
Avoid shrugging your shoulders upwards when you pull backwards. Keep your shoulders down and back, and squeeze your shoulder blades together when you pull backwards.
Or you can try reverse flyes on a machine.
You can use the trx to work all of your upper body muscles, and since it's portable and light weight, you can use it at home or take it with you for an outdoor workout.
If your gym has the trx, ask a personal trainer to help you get it set up. Or get your own so you can get great upper body workouts on your own at home or outdoors.
Yours in Health,
Dr. Charles PT/PT
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