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Upper Back

Movements

T’s - Dumbbells (Stability Ball)

Build strength in your upper back and shoulders with this challenging movement.

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T’s - with Arms Bent (Stability Ball)

Guard against injury and challenge your shoulders with this movement.

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Y's - Dumbbells (Stability Ball)

Build strength in your shoulders and upper back with this movement.

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Push-up - On Bench

A less challenging version of the classic push-up.

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W's (Stability Ball)

This movement will work your upper back and help protect your shoulders from injury.

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Cable Lift - Stability Ball

This movement will build strength in your torso rotators, upper back, chest and shoulders.

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Row - 1 Arm / 1 Leg Ipsilateral Dumbbell

This movement will help you build hip stability and upper body strength.

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Reach, Roll and Lift - Stability Ball

This stretch will be felt throughout your upper back and shoulders.

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Row - 1 Arm / 1 Leg Contralateral Dumbbell

This strength building movement will also challenge your stability.

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Row - Dumbbell - 1 Arm / 1 Leg

This movement will help you build hip stability and upper back strength.

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Foam Roll - Reach, Roll and Lift - Tennis

This stretch will help protect your arm by keeping the muscles of the upper back loose.

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L - Physioball - Golf

The Physioball-L will strengthen your rotator cuff and the muscles of your upper back.

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Quadruped Crossbody Stretch - Golf

This stretch will help open up the muscles of the upper and lower back region to help prevent the back from stiffening up after a round of golf.

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Physioball Y & T

Physioball Y and T's will work your shoulder and upper back.

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Rotational Lift - Standing Plate

This movement is a great total body exercise.

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Lying Opposites (Stability Ball)

This movement will help prevent back injury by developing your rotary stability.

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Y & T - Physioball - Weights

Adding weights to your favorite physioball exercise will really make it burn.