Rotator Cuff Injury Rehab – Bear Walk
Start in 4 point position on your hands and the forefoot or the balls of your feet with your knees greater than 90 degrees. As you place one hand forward, bring your opposite foot forward as well.
Do this while you also keep the shoulder blade muscles and the core stability muscles in your low back engaged. Repeat this for 25 seconds 3 sets daily.
This type of closed chain exercise is great to retrain the rotator cuff in a body weight functional movement pattern for all sports and activities that require strenuous physical activity strength of the upper limb.