Prone Y's on the Ball
This exercise focuses upon the trapezius, rhomboids, rotator cuff, and paraspinal muscles of your upper back. It also increases neuromuscular performance and acts to stabilize the scapula which performs a critical role in the biomechanics of your shoulder. This is a great exercise for safeguarding against shoulder injuries. Start with 6-10 repetitions, three sets.
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