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Theraband External Rotation (AB)

Attach the theraband to a stationary object. The lower the attachment the greater the resistance or stretch of the theraband. Turn your body so that you are facing where the theraband is attached. Keep your arm abducted or away from your body so that your upper arm is parallel to the floor. Maintain this upper arm position throughout the exercise. Your elbow should maintain a 90 degree angle throughout the exercise as well. Rotate your shoulder joint externally, which would mean your forearm would move backwards. Individual range of motion capability may vary. Slowly let the your forearm return to the the starting position. This exercise will help to prevent shoulder and rotator cuff pain.

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