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Serratus Punches Supine - Ask Doctor Jo

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Serratus punches in supine are a great way to help stabilize the shoulder joint to help prevent shoulder injuries or to help you recover from a shoulder injury. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at http://www.askdoctorjo.com

To perform serratus punches in supine:

1. Lie down on your back, and put your arm straight up towards the ceiling at about 90 degrees.
2. Keeping your elbow locked out and straight, punch upwards towards the ceiling lifting your shoulder and arm at the same time. Slowly come back down.


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