Scapular strength and control is vital to optimise movement, activating the right muscles and ultimately perfecting form!
You can perform scapular exercises through Bodyweight or weighted, this is a scap push up demonstrated above, great as a warm up or for beginners to learn how to initiate the movement correctly.
These small movements eventually become subconscious whilst doing exercises like a push up, you’ll be doing the movement correctly, using the right muscles and feel stronger! -
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23 hours ago
Thanks to monicaruiz08 for sharing this workout with us!
At minute 1, get off the rower and perform one thruster,
At minute 2, get off the rower and perform two thrusters, etc, etc
Continue rowing until the 2K meter row is complete or until you can no longer continue.