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Isolated Cable Rotator Cuff Exercise – Mobility and strength exercise for the rotator cuff to prevent injuries and for shoulder stability especially with ‘push’ exercises. I stand in front of the cable holding on to the ‘ball stop’ with under hand grip. I position my elbow into abduction at least 45-60 degrees from my torso with elbow at 90 degrees. I keep my elbow at the same plane as my torso the whole time. I pull the weight towards my back by externally rotating at the shoulder. Avoid supinating the forearm to prevent activation of the biceps.

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