Rotator Cuff Exercises

By Spencer Aiken | September 25, 2019

Repetitive, overhead motions can wear down the rotator cuff muscles and are thus a common cause of injury. This is why athletes such as baseball pitchers frequently have shoulder issues. A traumatic injury, such as falling onto your arm, can also cause injury. Regardless of how it happens, the risk of a rotator cuff tear increases as we age and the wear on our bodies accumulates.

Meet The Instructor

Spencer Aiken, CSCS is a Fitness Educator and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA, National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Spencer Aiken has educated hundreds of personal trainers on how to become a successful certified personal trainer and entrepreneur within the fitness industry. With more than 25 years of experience in the health and fitness industry as well as 10 plus years teaching fitness and business, he has an in-depth knowledge of all facets of the fitness industry.

As a co-founder of Fitness Educators, he is an internationally recognized author and educator who has been published in several countries as well as teaching educational workshops across the United States and internationally.

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