The Diagonal Dumbbell Shoulder PNF Stretch is an active stretching protocol used to prevent overuse injuries and improve shoulder biomechanics by moving the shoulder and rotator cuff in different planes of movement.
Watch the DIAGONAL DUMBBELL SHOULDER PNF STRETCH: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform DIAGONAL DUMBBELL SHOULDER PNF STRETCH:
1. While standing, hold a dumbbell in one hand and place it across your body, next to your opposite hip, with your knuckles facing the floor and the back of your fist facing forward.
2. Next, pull the dumbbell diagonally across your body and externally rotate your arm so at the top of the exercise, your arm is straight and your knuckles are pointing to the ceiling.
3. Reverse the movement back to the beginning position by internally rotating the arm and finishing with your knuckles facing the floor and the back of your fist facing forward.
4. After completing all the reps with one arm, switch arms and repeat.
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