|Prime Movers|| |
|Physio Tips|| |
With your arms pointing up to the ceiling you have a very narrow base of support. you will likely only manage a few degrees of movement in either direction to start. Start slowly and always return to the 12:00 position, regain neutral position if you've lost it and slowly move over to the next position.
This exercise is all about controlling mobility, rather than maintaining a static position. Functionally this is very important because most activities we undertake during the day require some form of movement. We need to know what it feels like to control this movement and maintain stability during this movement.
If you are having difficulty maintaining balance go back to the clock exercise with arms out to your side, or try letting some air out of your exercise ball.
Repeat this ball exercise 5 times each side.
Repeat this ball exercise 10 times each side.
Repeat this ball exercise 15 times each side.
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