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At home shoulder strength

As the world is turning to at home workouts as a way to burn off steam and stay in shape it's made me have to get more creative with how I write my programs for people with limited equipment. One area I have been struggling with is how to replicate a pulling action. This is easily solved in a gym with pull up bars and rings readily available but now these options simply are not viable.

Do not worry though, there are many ways you can give your shoulders the TLC they need with zero equipment. Below are three simple and effective way to give your shoulders strength and stability.

Body weight options are a great place to start, once you have

The Bent Over Reverse Fly

(2-4 sets of 12-15 reps)

The Bent Over SA Trap Raise

(2-4 sets of 10-15 reps each)

The SL RDL into Reverse Fly

(2-4 sets of 12-15 reps each leg)

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