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Using Tai Chi Stretches to Ward Off Shoulder Problems

Tai Chi Shoulder Workout to Keep Your Shoulders in Shape, Non-sweat, Anywhere Exercises for ALL!
Tai Chi Stretches to Ward Off Shoulder Problems
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The shoulder is the body’s most complicated joint. It’s where the ends of the collarbone, upper arm bone, and shoulder blade meet. And it’s prone to arthritis (a wearing away of the cartilage between the bones), as well as tears or tendinitis (inflammation) in the rotator cuff — the group of tendons that helps you raise and rotate your arm. Shoulder pain can keep you from being able to raise your arms to get dressed, or reach up to a cupboard or out to a door.


But an easy way to stave off shoulder problems is to regularly stretch the muscles that support the joints. “The muscles need to be long and flexible to stay healthy. You’re more vulnerable to injury when your shoulder muscles are tight and restricted,” explains Clare Safran-Norton, clinical supervisor of rehabilitation services at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital.


How stretching helps

Muscles are a little like cotton fabrics. They may shrink up slightly, but if you pull on the fibers, you can stretch out the fabric again.


Stretching your muscles fixes the shortening that occurs with disuse and extends muscles to their full length. The more you stretch the muscles, the longer and more flexible they’ll become. That will help increase your range of motion, ward off pain, reduce the risk for injury, and improve your posture.


Harvard Health Letter

4 stretches to keep your shoulders in shape

Keeping your shoulder muscles flexible will help prevent injury.

Published: August, 2019

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