CLX Shoulder Horizontal Abduction Bilateral Standing $0.00
Exercise

CLX Shoulder Horizontal Abduction Bilateral Standing

Body Part: Scapula, Shoulder | Muscle Group: Deltoid, Latissimus Dorsi | Login to Add Exercise to Program
CLX Shoulder Horizontal Abduction Bilateral Standing

Description

TheraBand Resistive Exercise Bands are available in eight progressive levels of resistance noted by the Thera-Band trademark color-coded progression: Tan, Yellow, Red, Green, Blue, Black, Silver, and Gold. Thera-Band resistive tubing is available in all colors except gold. The muscles of the upper back are very important to posture and stabilization of the shoulder. This area is prone to dysfunction because of poor posture associated with rounded backs. The muscles of the upper back are very important to posture and stabilization of the shoulder. This area is prone to dysfunction because of poor posture associated with rounded backs. The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. This allows a wide variety of movements for function, but also pre-disposes the shoulder to injuries and pain.

TheraBand is breaking new ground with its latex free, patent pending CLX - Consecutive Loops. Never before has resistance training been so versatile, so simple and so inspiring.

The TheraBand CLX with Easy Grip Loops provides multiple unique grip options that enable exercises like open and closed hand grips, holding objects with resistance, no-grip-required exercises and never before possible exercises such as simultaneous upper and lower body work. The TheraBand CLX delivers unparalleled versatility and ease of use that may increase exercise compliance to improve patient outcomes.

A FREE integrated CLX App provides a CLX exclusive exercise library with unique support tools to enhance any rehab or training program.

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Exercise Instructions

Step One

Grasp the CLX loops approximately 3 to 4 loops apart with arms extended in front of your body.

Step Two

Keep your elbows straight and shoulders level as you pull the band until your arms are extended at your side.

Step Three

hold and slowly return.

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