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There are ways to increase shoulder strength and stability with little to no equipment. With the right exercises, you can target the muscles most needed for shoulder stability. Below are a few of my favorite exercises that require minimal equipment.
Disclaimer: Apologies for the creepy smile in exercise 4. It's hard to know what to do in front of the camera!
1. Serratus Press Ups
2. Shoulder Wall Slides
3. Scapular Wall Clocks
4. Horizontal Abduction with a hold
5. Stool Walks with Push Up