A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to talk with Rob Reis, a physical therapist in Philadelphia, who’s a certified strength and conditioning coach, to get his take on rotator cuffs and why you should do them.
The following are excerpts from our conversation:1.
You don’t need a fancy training program to do rotator crunches.
The goal is just to get your body to rotate freely and to be able to lift more weight, and to move the hips and legs.
There’s not a lot of research about the effect of rotators and other body parts on the body’s movement, but I do believe it’s very good for your overall health and fitness.2.
There is no benefit to doing rotator exercises if you are doing them before your shoulder surgery.
If you’re doing them after surgery, you’re just wasting time and money on exercises that can have very negative consequences.
It’s like if you’re getting an injection of blood, and then it starts bleeding into your shoulder and the injection doesn’t work.
It just hurts.
That’s not the same as the blood starting to flow out.
You’ll get back to normal strength and mobility in a couple of months.3.
Rotator cramps are not an exercise for people with arthritis, and most people don’t have any type of pain, so they don’t really need them.
They just need to get some good circulation in the shoulders, and they should be good for a couple weeks.4.
You can train with your elbows, wrists, and legs on the same exercise for many years, and it will not hurt you as much if you do them at least once a week.
It won’t hurt you at all if you train with them for at least two weeks a week, but it will hurt.5.
You should start with your wrists first, then your elbows.
Your elbows will get stronger as they get used to doing these exercises.
You want your elbows to be good, but not overbearing, because the muscles that do the work are very strong, and those muscles will be used a lot.6.
When you start out with your shoulders and then the elbows, you’ll see that they start to get stronger at the same time.
You get the benefit of both rotator-cuff exercises at the beginning.
Then your elbows start to feel stronger and you get more flexibility and range of motion in your wrists and fingers.
But then they start taking over and taking over your shoulders.7.
It doesn’t matter how many rotator or elbow crunchers you do.
If they’re not getting enough blood circulation in your muscles, you might need to start doing other rotator and elbow crutch exercises.8.
Rotators are not as effective as they seem when they’re used for the sole purpose of doing rotators, but they do help strengthen your shoulders, wrists and arms.9.
They work the muscles in the joints that you need them to, but if you’ve got arthritis, you don’t want to do those crunched rotators for long periods of time.
If your shoulders are weak, you can go on a lower-body exercise and use your elbows instead, but you’re likely to feel some pain.10.
If rotators are really your thing, then you should be doing them all the time, just like with the elbow crutches, because it’s good for you overall.
And you’ll probably need a lot more than the three to five minutes per day you should get.
You might want to add a little rotator at a time to your routine.11.
You shouldn’t just start doing rotations for rotator training.
If it’s a joint problem, then it might be a good idea to do the shoulder, elbow, or wrist exercise first.
Then the other joint exercises should be done.12.
It might seem like it’s only good for people who have arthritis, but some people do it for other reasons.
People who have back pain, for example, do it because they’re sore after a lot if they do it right, and if they’re doing it for a variety of reasons, it might work for some people.13.
The reason you should start off with your rotator, elbow and wrist exercises first is because the strength is so great, and you’re not hurting your joints that badly.
And then you get to start putting the rotators in the right place.
So that’s the best way to begin.14.
You won’t be doing rotators if you have no arthritis, so start with the shoulder and wrist, then the elbow, and the wrist.
You may need to do some lower-back crunching exercises to start out, but once you get the rotator into the right places, then they will be very good.15.
The more rotator you do, the more muscles will work together.
So if you start with just your rotators first, and your upper