How to Do Shoulder Tube Exercises

Ania Morton, fitness trainer, discusses how to do shoulder tube exercises.

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Ania Morton, fitness trainer, discusses how to do shoulder tube exercises.
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Featuring Ania Morton, Personal Trainer How to Do Shoulder Tube Exercises Duration: 1 minute, 18 seconds

This next exercise is great for your deltoids, you can do this anytime, anywhere. All you need is some exercise tubing. So I’m going to demonstrate it for Vendela here. What I want you to do is step on the tubing, you’re going to extend your arms up until they’re parallel to the ground, and bring it back nice and slow.

So you’re lifting up – exhale – hold at the top and bring it down slow. Now I have a feeling this tubing is going to be too strong for Vendela, so I’m going to show you what you can do, even if it is too thick for you.

So I’m going to come around this side. What I’m going to get you to do is step on the tubing. I’m going to come up, get her to grab the handle here. Now remember, when you’re extending the arm, don’t bring it forward. Keep it right in line with the shoulder, and you’re going to come up until you’re parallel to the ground, okay? So let’s bring it down, and then bring it up, good. All the way down. So you can see the deltoid working here. You can still keep your abs engaged. Don’t be afraid to keep the core tucked in nice and tight, but we’re focusing on the deltoid.

We can do 10 to 15 reps, three times. And remember if you want to maintain a nice fit body, don’t be afraid to hire a qualified personal trainer and they can help you attain your goals. Good. Now we’re going to do a few more.

Presenter: Ms. Ania Morton, Personal Trainer, Vancouver, BC

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