How to Fix Rounded Shoulders (& Increase Your Pressing Strength) Updated on October 19, 2019 By William Clement 83 Comments By William Clement 83 Comments ALL IN ONE CLIPS October 2, 2018 It is very useful thanks… Reply AlexCupraR October 2, 2018 Super useful! I think a lot of people suffer from shoulder pains (minor or major). Thanks a lot and keep it up guys! Reply Stan Rock October 2, 2018 That’s a ton of useful info. Thanks Jake Reply Jonathan Dinh October 2, 2018 I know I can press heavier but when I do my neck goes out strains. How do I prevent my neck from going out/straining? Reply Cody Aldrich October 2, 2018 Just got my nasm cert but this is gold thank you so much! Reply Sam Dellis October 2, 2018 This content is unreal! Could you guys do a video on hip mobility? Reply Sagar Patel October 2, 2018 Needed this ! Gonna use this for my rounded shoulders 👍🏽 Reply Thomas Kowalski October 2, 2018 Awesome video. Thanks Reply Nick Tucker October 2, 2018 One of the most useful vids so far, gets really hard to follow a program when experiencing shoulder pain Reply Peter H October 2, 2018 This is great! Thanks! Reply Greg Risinger October 2, 2018 Best video on this subject hands down!!! Reply Martin Saavedra October 2, 2018 Thank you so much!!! I need this to fix my posture Reply alvaro c October 3, 2018 Wake that ass up! Reply Duy Hưng October 3, 2018 You need a new short 6:36 Reply Abhay Sharma October 3, 2018 jake hutton the best Reply Jaren Oldroyd October 3, 2018 This is the best thing ever. Thanks so much Jake!! Reply Joshua Thorne October 3, 2018 Great video as always. What shoes are you training in? Reply Ganesh Thevar October 3, 2018 Very informative 💪 Reply paDlmHer October 3, 2018 Amazing content. Thank you for some of the most informative videos on YouTube, super keen for more! Keep up the great work! Reply Max Ellenbogen October 3, 2018 This channel is awesome, not sure why it’s not getting more traffic. Thanks for all the help Jake! Reply sinnvoll fit October 3, 2018 Great content! Thanks! Reply may day October 3, 2018 this guy is right on!a tear in the rotator cuff is very painful. Reply Susana Reid October 3, 2018 Great Video! Thx. You!👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍 Reply Ant B October 3, 2018 Anterior pelvic tilt and painful hip flexors. Help me!!! Reply Jonathon Hayden October 4, 2018 Yeah Jake! You look and talk like true fitness professional. Reply Aaron bunch October 4, 2018 It’s amazing , how mobility can help in every aspect in the gym as well as life. Thank for showing us how to improve. Your so good at explaining and showing us how to improve keep it up! Reply Josh Murphy October 4, 2018 I've been battling a shoulder injury for some time and getting really discouraged because of it. I followed this and it made a world of difference the first time. Thanks Jake for the awesome videos. Reply Josias Peña October 4, 2018 Wow I can tell this is going to help me so much. I do have a question though.. do you think it would be most beneficial do to every single one on its own day ? Or mix & match these on a day of weight training ? Reply Massimo Poli October 4, 2018 GREAT VIDEO! Thank you ! Reply Justin M October 5, 2018 Did this routine today. Definitely was more open afterwards. Felt really good. Going to try to do it 2-3 times per week. Thanks for uploading this video! Reply Wing Tr October 6, 2018 Gold! Thx for the educational content! Reply Grzegorz Sieradzki October 9, 2018 great content! bravo Jacob 😉 Reply Daryl Goh October 10, 2018 Amazing stuff….. I constantly have a good shoulder day followed by a bad shoulder day. This is just perfect …. keep it up guys! Reply Jamie Owen October 10, 2018 I suffer from a dislocation injury this helps a ton ! How frequent should the exercises be performed? Is it best prior or after training Reply Todd Zwissler October 10, 2018 Great content Jake and Fitness Culture team! I agree with Sam, could you do a hip mobility, but then also one for the neck. I exprience lower neck and upper spine challenges and tighteness. Would love so "go-to" stretches. Also, as I travel, various beds and hotels make neck life rough…this would help greatly. Thanks team! Reply James Inge October 12, 2018 What do you think about the Functional Range Conditioning system as a mobility training method? Do you utilise any of their principles? Reply Seekthetruth3000 October 13, 2018 Tattoos are ugly, good info. Reply Ilya Parker October 28, 2018 Very helpful video. Thanks for putting this together and sharing. Reply Shane Good October 30, 2018 Another amazing thing is hanging shoulder length from pull up bar till failure helps to re align and strengthens your shoulders and back Reply justin s October 31, 2018 these videos are so helpful! full body mobility routine? Reply לי היימליך November 2, 2018 wow, that's a great video! Reply Gerry Davis November 4, 2018 Some key steps for those recovering from a should or neck injury. Reply Matthew Pena November 6, 2018 I love these mobility routines. I would love to see more Reply datzed November 7, 2018 Is that just PVC piping that he's rolling with? Reply Daniel Vasquez November 8, 2018 Great content! Anything on elbow pain? Reply Richard Cook November 16, 2018 Such a good video, great delivery, will be using on myself and adding into my clients routines. Many thanksp.s. I would also like to see a video on hip mobility like others have asked below. Reply Anthony Kaihea November 30, 2018 Dudes this content is awesome. Love it. Reply Erik Ramos December 12, 2018 I have joint pain in my shoulders when I hit chest. The weight I use isnt the issue because even on light days I have pain days after. I'm all about form and safety but my shoulders are seemingly shot. Will what you're talking about in this video help me? If not what can I do to reduce joint pain? Fyi glucosamine and chondroitin do nothing for me. Reply eor42 January 2, 2019 This guy is so hot jeez Reply Valentin Lopez January 8, 2019 Thank god for the Vanilla Gorilla!! Reply Kelly Fiedler January 9, 2019 You're such an excellent motivator, Jake! Such good content! Reply Alessandro Ros January 18, 2019 Can I do this exercises with shoulder impingement? Reply Robert Fussenegger January 21, 2019 Love your channel! Pls keep it up! Reply Louis Jessome January 23, 2019 Great video Jake. I have been following you and Steve for a long time. Could you do a video on preventing neck strain with exercises/stretches? Fitness Culture is amazing!!! Reply Fitness Culture February 12, 2019 See a sample of how we structure workouts paired with these exercises → https://www.fitnessculture.com/downloads/shoulder-mobility-exercises Reply topspinaurelius February 15, 2019 excellent advice – one question, in general, would you do these shoulder routines as warmup or warmdown to a freeweight /plyometric workout? or you would recommend doing them on a off day? Reply Stan Rock February 19, 2019 Jake, can you do a video commenting on guys w/ labral tears in shoulder particularly the glenoid for myself. I've had this problem for ten years so unlikely its going to heal but I'd like to know ways to make it as good as possible. Reply James W. Dougherty February 20, 2019 Hey Jake , is there a distance you are looking for in the trap 3 and double trap raise? Currently I am having difficulty even getting my arm parallel with the floor on this movement. Reply Germen LM May 2, 2019 Woooooah, incredible video!! Thank you! Reply lynxxi May 4, 2019 Ok, this is the video I've been looking for years! Reply Golden Retriever May 10, 2019 Wished I found this video before I blew $900 at the chiropractor. I'm a cyclist and an office asshole, so I'm in forward rotation all day. I feel better after just one day of doing this. Reply J Shannon May 15, 2019 Amazing content. Instant subscribe. A quick video on how to properly use a lacrosse ball on your back and shoulders in key areas would be great. 👍🏻 Reply Mohammed Almosawe May 25, 2019 hi thats very good thank u sir, is there anything for anterior pelvic tilt 😇 Reply Babyballs May 30, 2019 props 2 u guys, but if u can add breathing technique during these movements that would be great, especially when it's stretching. Reply Ninjagito - June 4, 2019 amazing content and original, to me at least. Reply Kristian Malinovic June 8, 2019 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Reply AB3 inc June 14, 2019 What’s with the colour grading? It’s all over the place 🧐 Reply bill Morgan June 22, 2019 in todays culture of anti ergonomics this is a must!!!!! Reply Sharad Bharati June 23, 2019 Brother very great exercise of shoulder mobility great👍. Reply bill Morgan June 23, 2019 if these excercises are very difficult because of the lack of mobility, your supposed to do them as good as you can and eventually it'll improve? Reply Rigels Visoka June 24, 2019 This is great can’t wait to hit the gym thX Jake very helpful.👍 Reply jattalalay June 27, 2019 when did Channing Tatum become so buff? Reply Zaneta Borbely June 29, 2019 I need a trainer like him! 😀 Reply A. D Richards July 5, 2019 appreciate the content… (video tech things coming now)The adjustment layer (im assuming ) that is being added and removed at the beginning of clips/ transitions is annoying to the eye. Great info though Reply Alex Vaz July 13, 2019 I need a cortisone shot just to get through the foam roller section. Reply Arkady K. July 15, 2019 That is a lot of exercises and presumably not intended to be all done? What would be a good routine for those of us with impingement and kyphosis? I have been doing pullaparts, face pulls and Ys. Seems to be working every so slowly, but a decade of shoulder pain is tricky to solve. Reply Mitch Landry July 24, 2019 Will these help with a slap tear? Reply Suneth Gamagedara August 31, 2019 great.. i have a shoulder injury. i ll do these exercises. thank u Reply KITKIKO11 September 11, 2019 Thank you! I needed this. Reply DetectiveJoker October 9, 2019 I am never commenting – but this video is awesome. Huge respect and a big thank you! Reply Carlo R. October 12, 2019 Jeff Cavaliere would not be happy with that Cuban press thing as it involves internal rotation. All the rest seems legit. Good content! Reply Ze55 Fa October 17, 2019 👍 You nailed it.. you really did Reply Elie Feinstein October 18, 2019 “The pain’s going to go away…at some point.” 😂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.