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Shoulder Wall Handstand

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This is an advanced shoulder exercise that may not be appropriate for all. Please consult your physical therapist prior to trying this exercise. It requires great core strength, stability and shoulder stability.

Start: Position yourself near a wall. 
Place your feet on the wall and slowly walk your feet to get your body to be closer to the wall. The demands on your shoulder increase as you get closer. Once at the wall, perform shoulder shrugs. Return to standing slowly. 

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