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Beginner Ball Workout


Do you want to work on your balance and core strength without crazy, killer exercises? This workout is for you, showing simple exercises for balance, stability, and strength using an exercise ball. If you're new to the exercise ball, this is a great place to start. The exercises help your body get familiar with the unstable surface, allowing you to build a strong core while gently working your entire body.

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Build Bigger Biceps

To build big, well-muscled arms, you need to target three groups of muscles:

Biceps of the front of the upper arm
Triceps at the back of the upper arm.
Pronators and supinators of the lower arms below the elbow.

The pronators and supinators are often unintentionally neglected. Don't under-exercise the triceps at the back of the upper arm either because they can make all the difference in building the bulky look of the arms.

This workout program is for a

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Exercises to Train Your Butt and Thighs


Lunges. Thrust each leg forward alternately while bending at the knee. Make sure the knee does not extend over the toes. Modify this with dumbbells in each hand held at the side or with a light barbell on the shoulders.

You can do lunges forward or backward, single step or walking.

Squats. Squats can be done with dumbbells, barbells or just with the weight of your body. See how to do the squat. This is one of

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Signs of a Torn Rotator Cuff


Rotator cuff tears are a common cause of shoulder pain, but certainly not the only cause of a painful shoulder. Determining if a rotator cuff tear is the cause of you pain depends on the symptoms and findings of your condition. Your doctor will look for some of the following signs to make the determination if the diagnosis of a rotator cuff tear is the cause of your shoulder pain symptoms.

Pain
Pain from a rotator cuff

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Improve Shoulder Mobility and Strength


Scapular Stabilization Exercises
Your shoulder is comprised of many different bones and joints. These joints must work together to give you the ability to lift your arm overhead. Your scapula, or shoulder blade, is the triangular shaped bone in the back part of your shoulder.

When you have pain or weakness in your shoulder after surgery, the muscles around your scapula may not function properly. This causes improper shoulder and scapular motion that must

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