Learn five simple, yet effective exercises to strengthen your rotator cuff!

Climbing requires strong shoulders, yet few climbers do exercises to specifically target the four rotator cuff muscles. In this video, Eric Hörst demonstrates five simple, but effective exercises that every serious boulderer, indoor climber, and sport climber should do two or three days per week. The time investment is minimal (only 10 minutes!), but the benefits include reduced injury risk and stronger climbing!

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Hörst  10-Minute Rotator Cuff Training Routine

1. Dynamic warm-up of the rotator cuff (2 minutes)
2. Standing External Rotation — 15 to 20 reps (45 seconds)
3. Lying External Rotation – 15 to 20 reps (45 seconds)
4. Reverse Fly – 15 to 20 reps (45 seconds)
5. Dumbbell Scaption – 15 to 20 reps (45 seconds)
6. Lying Internal Rotation – 20 reps (45 seconds)
7. Repeat exercises #2 through #6. (4 additional minutes)

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