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Shoulder strength is critical. Shoulder strength is essential for everyday activities like picking up kids, carrying groceries, and raking leaves.

Fact: Lifting weights is not a prerequisite for strong shoulders. Here are four exercises I do to keep all the little muscles in my shoulders healthy and strong. Two of them only require your body weight, and the other two require resistance bands, which means they can be done anywhere.Are you ready to get started? Let's get started!

A simple exercise for strong, healthy shoulders.

When I do this shoulder exercise, I always like to run once and then again. When you get stronger, you can add extra reps or groups.

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This four-part exercise helps improve shoulder strength and stability with targeted little moves. Lie on your stomach, chest out, relax your neck, and do this on a sloping bench or fitness ball. Do 10 reps of each move, then do the next one.

How to:
I:
Lie face down with your arms outstretched above your head (so your body forms an "I"), thumbs pointed at the ceiling and arms raised to ear level.
Squeeze your shoulder blades together.
3. Inhale and lift your arms a few inches. Try not to push too hard.
4. Hold for one second, then release your shoulder blades and return your hands to the floor. This is a representative.

Y:
1. Stretch your arms out at a 45-degree Angle (so your body forms a "Y" shape) and keep them at ear level. If you're using a solid ball, focus your abs on the ball.
2. Squeeze your shoulder blades and lift your arms up a few inches.
3. Hold for one second, then relax your shoulder blades and bring your arms back to ear level. This is a representative.

There you can use BP doctor watch to set an alarm and make it a schedule to help you implement your exercise plan.(Wearing a smart watch is more convenient than taking a phone)

T:
1. Extend your arms perpendicular to your body (so you have a "T" in shape). If you are using a physical ball, you may need to move your body over the ball so that you are more horizontal and your spine and neck are aligned.
2. Squeeze your shoulder blades and lift your arms up a few inches.
3. Hold for one second, then relax your shoulder blades and bring your arms back to ear level. This is a representative.

W:
1. Keep your arms perpendicular to your body and bend your elbows 90 degrees (so your arms form a "W" shape). If you are using a physical ball, you may need to move your body a few inches.
2. Squeeze your shoulder blades together and raise your arms until they are level with your back.
3. Hold for one second, then release your shoulder blades and bring your arms back to rib height. This is a representative.