Don't let an injury creep up on you. Keep your shoulders strong with these exercises.
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The repetitive arm motion of freestyle can cause some swimmers to develop shoulder pain. Increasing flexibility combined with strengthening and balancing upper-body muscles can prevent such injuries.
For swimmers, shoulder pain isn't always cured by spending time away from the pool. Strengthen and balance your shoulders with these exercises.
Swimming is, by most standards, not a sport associated with high risk of injury. It does however have its own set of challenges. By far the biggest source of swimming injuries is in the shoulder.
Before you dive in, warm your body up right by skipping the static stretching for these movements that engage your swimming muscles.
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