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Shoulder Shrugs Don't Get the Attention They Deserve & Why You Need Them

5 monthes ago   |   By Cathe Friedrich

Are shoulder shrugs part of your strength-training routine? Well, why not? Oftentimes, this exercise doesn't get the attention and respect it deserves. In fact, most people don't do them at all. Yet, shoulder shrugs are a simple exercise and one that most of us could benefit from, particularly if we sit in front of a computer a lot or are prone towards upper back and neck pain. If you have bad posture, shoulders shrugs may help your alignment as well.
Why are shoulder shrugs such a valuable movement? This simple exercise mimics a movement you do in everyday life - shrugging your shoulders...
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