Vol. 3 – Shoulder & Elbow

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Flexibility First - Stretching for the Shoulder & Elbow

Vol. 3 Table of Contents

  • Positional Stretching
    • What is Active Isolated Stretching?
    • Fundamentals of Positional Stretching
  • Shoulder
    • Key Points for Success
    • Movement Tips
  • Seated and Standing Exercises
    • Shoulder Circumduction
    • Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 1 & 2
    • Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 3
    • Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 4
    • Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 1 & 2; Both Arms
    • Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 3; Both Arms
    • Shoulder Extension 1 & 2
    • Shoulder Extension 3 & 4
    • Shoulder Extension 5 & 6
    • Shoulder Internal Rotation
    • Shoulder External Rotation
    • Shoulder Posterior Hand Clasp
    • Shoulder Flexion 1 – 4
    • Shoulder Flexion 5
    • Shoulder Flexion 6
    • Shoulder Flexion 7
    • Shoulder Horizontal Adduction 1 – 3
    • Shoulder Horizontal Adduction 4
    • Shoulder Horizontal Adduction 5
    • Shoulder Abduction 1 & 2
  • Hook Exercises
    • Chapter Advice
    • Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 1; Both Arms
    • Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 1; Single Arm
    • Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 2; Both Arms
    • Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 2; Single Arm
    • Shoulder Extension 1 & 2; Both Arms
    • Shoulder Extension 3 & 4; Both Arms
    • Shoulder Extension 5 & 6; Both Arms
    • Shoulder External Rotation; Both Arms
    • Shoulder External Rotation; Single Arm
    • Shoulder Flexion 1 – 4; Both Arms
    • Shoulder Flexion 5
    • Shoulder Flexion 6
    • Shoulder Flexion 7
    • Shoulder Horizontal Adduction 1 – 3
    • Shoulder Abduction 1 & 2
    • Shoulder Posterior Hand Clasp
  • Elbow
    • Elbow Extension 1 – 3
    • Elbow Flexion 1 – 3
    • Elbow Supination
    • Elbow Pronation
  • Protocols for the Shoulder
  • Key for the Protocols for the Shoulder
  • Complete Protocol for the Shoulder
    • Impingement
    • Frozen Shoulder
    • Bursitis
    • Rotator Cuff Tears
    • Bone Spurs
    • Biceps Tendonitis
    • Scapular Protraction
    • Scapular Elevation
  • Protocols for the Elbow
    • Key for the Protocols of the Elbow
    • Complete Protocol for the Elbow
      • Epicondylitis
      • Tendonitis
Positional Stretching
What is Active Isolated Stretching?
Fundamentals of Positional Stretching
Shoulder
Key Points for Success
Movement Tips
Seated and Standing Exercises
Shoulder Circumduction
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 1 & 2
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 3
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 4
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 1 & 2; Both Arms
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 3; Both Arms
Shoulder Extension 1 & 2
Shoulder Extension 3 & 4
Shoulder Extension 5 & 6
Shoulder Internal Rotation
Shoulder External Rotation
Shoulder Posterior Hand Clasp
Shoulder Flexion 1 – 4
Shoulder Flexion 5
Shoulder Flexion 6
Shoulder Flexion 7
Shoulder Horizontal Adduction 1 – 3
Shoulder Horizontal Adduction 4
Shoulder Horizontal Adduction 5
Shoulder Abduction 1 & 2
Hook Exercises
Chapter Advice
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 1; Both Arms
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 1; Single Arm
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 2; Both Arms
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction 2; Single Arm
Shoulder Extension 1 & 2; Both Arms
Shoulder Extension 3 & 4; Both Arms
Shoulder Extension 5 & 6; Both Arms
Shoulder External Rotation; Both Arms
Shoulder External Rotation; Single Arm
Shoulder Flexion 1 – 4; Both Arms
Shoulder Flexion 5
Shoulder Flexion 6
Shoulder Flexion 7
Shoulder Horizontal Adduction 1 – 3
Shoulder Abduction 1 & 2
Shoulder Posterior Hand Clasp
Elbow
Elbow Extension 1 – 3
Elbow Flexion 1 – 3
Elbow Supination
Elbow Pronation 

Protocols for the Shoulder
Key for the Protocols for the Shoulder
Complete Protocol for the Shoulder
Impingement
Frozen Shoulder
Bursitis
Rotator Cuff Tears
Bone Spurs
Biceps Tendonitis
Scapular Protraction
Scapular Elevation

Protocols for the Elbow
Key for the Protocols of the Elbow
Complete Protocol for the Elbow
Epicondylitis
Tendonitis

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