Paddler Shoulder Prevention Exercises

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The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.

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Magazine Article

Information and Diagrams from the ICF

The shoulder joint is often overused in canoe and kayak slalom. It results in tight muscles, and strength imbalance between internal rotators (latissimus dorsi, teres major, pectoralis major, subscapularis…) and external rotators (teres minor and infra spinatus). Therefore, it is suggested that a regular stretching of internal rotators should be done.