hey, what's up guys? sean nalewanyj here ofseannal.com, bodytransformationtruth.com with a very simple quick video today regardingproper shoulder warm-ups, i see people doing this pretty much every time i go into thegym, where they just stand there with a pair of dumbbells and do this motion. and the reasonpeople are doing that is because theyâ€™re trying to warm-up their rotator cuff. butif youâ€™re standing with a pair of dumbbells,
side effects of waist training, then that means that the resistance is pullingstraight down. if the resistance is pulling straight down, then what youâ€™re actuallydoing is itâ€™s basically like an isometric hold for your biceps and your forearms. ifyou actually want to hit your rotator cuff, the resistance has to be pulling from thisway, not straight up and down. so, there are
two really basic ways that you can do this.if you want to use a dumbbell, then you can just lay across a flat bench like you seehere or you can even do it from the floor. and just perform your external rotations thatway or the way that i prefer to do it is using a cable like you see here with your elbowat waist tight and just performing your external
rotations that way. i do think warming upyour shoulders prior to training is a good idea. and including some external rotationwork for your rotator cuffs is an important part of a complete shoulder warm-up. so, thatâ€™sall for today guys, just a very quick tip. hope you found this helpful. and iâ€™ll talkto you again soon.