How to Reset Forward Shoulders
Dr. Rowe shows how to reset forward, rounded shoulders with a VERY EASY mobility exercise.
A common cause of rounded shoulders is from forward leaning, especially with our heads and upper back. .
Unfortunately, this is a pretty common issue in the modern world. Think using cell phones, driving, sitting at a desk -- you name it -- it's not hard to put our shoulders in a position that strains them.
So what we're going to focus on is helping to bring our forward shoulders back with an anterior to posterior push-pull exercise. It's easy to do, doesn't require any special equipment, and can be done AT HOME or work.
It's going to help stretch the muscles and soft tissue around the shoulder joint capsule. As a bonus, it may help reset, or self adjust, the ball-in-socket joint of the shoulder resulting in a nice POP or CRACK.
So if you're in need of a good exercise to bring those forward, rounded shoulders back -- this is a shoulder self adjustment you're not going to want to miss!