The One Exercise Men Over 40 Should Use to Prime Their Shoulders

Years of intense tennis has wreaked havoc on my body. After thousands of swings with my right arm, my right shoulder was noticeably bigger, but it was also very often sore. One reason for the soreness is that I’m self-taught and my form was never honed by a professional-but like many recreational tennis players, I didn’t do any physical training outside of playing tennis at that point of my life.

When I began my career as a personal trainer at 47 years of age, I noticed how tight and worn my right shoulder was. Simple activities like throwing a softball or tucking in my shirt behind my back were a little difficult to do. My left shoulder was also noticeably underdeveloped. Read more…

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