Quick Tip: Do you know how to do assisted shoulder stretching?

Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Exercises, Health and Wellness, Stretches


This week, Scott and myself, bring you three active isolated shoulder stretches that will help increase your shoulder’s full range of motion by targeting the lateral, posterior, and overhead directional shoulder movements. These stretches can be done individually or with a partner to get a bit deeper into each of the stretches. Be sure to check out our Explaining Active Isolated Stretching video to understand the AIS approach to stretching. These stretches are great for anyone who hits the gym regularly or is just looking to relieve some tension.