Shoulder Rotator Cuff Climbing Injury Rehab Resisted 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 with 4 feet Resistance bands tied diagonally from opposite thumb webspace to ankles.
As you place one hand forward bring your opposite foot forward as well. Do this while you also keep the shoulder blade muscles and your neck position in neutral. Repeat this for 30 seconds 3 sets 2x/day.
This is a great progressive core stability muscle strengthening exercise for rehabbing your shoulder and rotator cuff injuries.