Scapular Wall Slide

Warm-Up / Stretching / Beginner

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How to do Scapular Wall Slide:

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scapular wall slide is a warm-up and stretching exercise that primarily targets the shoulders ...more

scapular wall slide is a warm-up and stretching exercise that primarily targets the shoulders.

Learning proper scapular wall slide form is easy with the step by step scapular wall slide instructions, scapular wall slide tips, and the instructional scapular wall slide technique video on this page. scapular wall slide is a exercise for those with a beginner level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the scapular wall slide video, learn how to do the scapular wall slide, and then be sure and browse through the scapular wall slide workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Keep your forearms parallel with each other and elbows against the wall throughout the movement.
  2. You should not lay the back of your hand flat against the wall. You want to allow your fingertips and knuckles to rest against the wall. This will allow you to keep your forearms parallel with each other as you raise your arms up.
  3. Keep your chin tucked in
  4. Slide arms up in slow controlled movement. Don't rush the movement.

Types

  • Force Type: Push
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation

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Tips

  1. Keep your forearms parallel with each other and elbows against the wall throughout the movement.
  2. You should not lay the back of your hand flat against the wall. You want to allow your fingertips and knuckles to rest against the wall. This will allow you to keep your forearms parallel with each other as you raise your arms up.
  3. Keep your chin tucked in
  4. Slide arms up in slow controlled movement. Don't rush the movement.

Types

  • Force Type: Push
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation