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Optimizing and Progressing Arm Care

Written on August 26, 2017 at 5:34 am, by Eric Cressey

The prone horizontal abduction - also known as a "T" - is well known as a popular arm care exercise that has been around for decades. Unfortunately, it's commonly performed incorrectly. In today's video, I cover the most common mistakes - and then add a progression I like to use with folks once they've mastered the technique. Check it out:

Keep in mind that these cues also apply to "T" drills you perform with bands, TRX, or any other implements as well.  

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One Response to “Optimizing and Progressing Arm Care”

  1. Eric Cressey Says:

    Kyle – definitely slow things down, but you may also need to make sure they aren’t accidentally tugging down with the lat; that can drive the winging.

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