Three Exercises to Improve Shoulder Strength

Three Exercises to Improve Shoulder Strength

We use our shoulders in many aspects of daily life and rely on them for quite a few of the tasks and activities we perform everyday. Shoulder pain and injury affects millions of people around the world each year, and this post intends to show just a few exercises and products that can be used to help improve shoulder strength and promote rehabilitation.

Wall Walk

The exercise in the video above uses the Rainbow Mini Loop Bands to work on shoulder strength and stability. To perform the exercise, stand in front of a wall and loop the bands around your hands. Then, pin your hands against the wall with your thumbs facing towards you, and retract your shoulders. Stretch one hand out to the side, and then move the other hand to meet it. Then repeat in the opposite direction. 

Pilates Ball Against Wall Mobility Exercise

The exercise in the video above uses the Trideer Pilates Ball to improve shoulder strength and range of motion. The exercise uses several different movement patterns and uses the wall as a partner. Facing the wall, place the ball in one hand and pin it against wall. Then move your arm up and down. Try this same pattern at different angles and with your body facing the other way as well.

Mini Loop Strength Builder

The exercise in the video above uses the Rainbow Mini Loop Bands to build shoulder strength and extend range of motion. This exercise is best for those who have, or have regained, range of motion in their shoulder. To perform the exercise, loop the bands around your hands and raise your arms above your head. Then pulse your hands outwards. You can also lower your arms to different angles to work on different ranges of motion.


We use our shoulders a lot, and it's important to take care of them. If you've had shoulder surgery or are rehabilitating a shoulder issue or injury, this attention is even more important. The products and exercises in this post can help you get you well on your way to improved shoulder strength and we encourage you to try them out for yourself! As an Amazon Associate, Rehabilitation Health and our health professionals/practices earn from qualifying Amazon purchases.

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