This video is part 4 of 10 in the "Climb Injury-Free" video series. Watch the clip to learn how to correct the most common climbing movements that can cause a rotator cuff strain.
The shoulder is made up of four rotator cuff muscles. These muscles connect the shoulder blade to the arm bone. The rotator cuff muscles act together as a unit to control shoulder motion. The rotator cuff is weaker than the large muscles that attach the shoulder blade bone to the spine. You should be aware of the dangerous movements that can increase the stress on the neck and eventually lead to pain and injury.
Learn more: www.theclimbingdoctor.com
Get the book:
EPICTV, the EPICTV logo and all other EPICTV marks are trademarks of Elisa Oyj. Banana Fingers and the Banana Fingers logo are trademarks of Banana Fingers Ltd.