Tips & Tricks for Avoiding Shoulder Fatigue During Wall Ball Shots
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Have you ever experienced shoulder fatigue during wall ball shots? I know, this sounds like an oxymoron but if you train with Invictus, you know we do a lot of work to get our athletes legs strong so that means, when it comes to wall ball shots, high reps can often mean shoulder fatigue sets in before leg fatigue.
Oftentimes, shoulder fatigue sets in when an athlete holds their arms overhead after they release the medicine ball. With a high rep wall ball workout, holding those arms overhead for the entirety of the reps can take a toll on the arms. Instead, try the below techniques to help relax the shoulders during your wall-ball shots.
Wall Ball Shots with Arm Flush
Wall Ball Shots with Arm Drop
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