The Shoulders
The human shoulder is made up of three bones: the clavicle (collarbone), the scapula (shoulder blade), and the humerus (upper arm bone) as well as associated muscles, ligaments and tendons. The articulations between the bones of the shoulder make up the shoulder joints.The shoulder is a advanced combination of bones and joints that provide the widest range of motion of any part of the body.

Functions of Shoulder:
The shoulder is the most mobile and versatile joint within the human body. We rely upon our shoulders to help us with both basic and complex movements numerous times throughout the day. Shoulder pain is often among of the most common as well as most frustrating issues for patients. There’s a fine balance between quality and stability within the shoulder that enables us freedom of movement throughout our entire lives, with a smallest quantity of pain and issues. Though, there are several reasons why this fine balance is often upset. The various causes of  many shoulder issues can easily be prevented through proper stretching and exercise.

Importance of shoulder exercises:
Shoulder exercises are a great approach to preparing and introducing your body to your normal physical program. Your shoulder is often viewed as one “muscle” or “unit” however, the shoulder, in it’s entirety is comprised of multiple components. The rotator cuff muscles, the rear deltoids, the front deltoids and middle deltoids. Most shoulder workouts do not specifically target each area of the shoulder. Thus, your best option is to use a variety of exercises to work each individual muscle that comprises the shoulder.

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Barbell Front Raise

Instructions
• Grasp barbell with overhand grip with elbows straight or slightly bent.
• Raise barbell forward and upward with until upper arms are above horizontal.
• Lower and repeat

Importance of shoulder exercises:
Shoulder exercises are a great approach to preparing and introducing your body to your normal physical program. Your shoulder is often viewed as one “muscle” or “unit” however, the shoulder, in it’s entirety is comprised of multiple components. The rotator cuff muscles, the rear deltoids, the front deltoids and middle deltoids. Most shoulder workouts do not specifically target each area of the shoulder. Thus, your best option is to use a variety of exercises to work each individual muscle that comprises the shoulder.

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