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Rotational Trainerâ„¢

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Build shoulder strength and stability using centripetal force; the Rotational Trainer forces the user to consistently engage muscle groups to keep the balls spinning.

Harness the healing power of the Rotational Trainer™, an ideal therapeutic device for shoulder patients. It features a lightweight bar with foam center and outermost handles. Cable holds rotatable whiffle balls on both ends. As the user rotates the balls either forward or backward on a plane, the balls generate a resistive, centripetal force that challenges the user to stabilize and strengthen engaged muscle groups.

The Rotational Trainer can be used sitting, standing, lying or in conjunction with many other tools, like stability balls and resistance bands. It's also ideal for sport warmups: baseball pitcher, football quarterback or any other throwing sport.

Learn to use the versatile Rotational Trainer with this exercise spotlight, featured in the Spring 2013 issue of PFP (Personal Fitness Professional) Magazine.

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January 2, 2017 / Sangwoo Mah, Doctor of Chiropractic - Flushing

A must-have tool for shoulder rehab

This is one of the best shoulder exercise tool out there. Once the patient has regained ROM and strength, they need stability. This tool seems to get the stability back really fast. It would be ideal for patients with unstable shoulder and recurrent dislocation. It is not as easy as it seems and it will keep the patients engaged and challenged.
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This is one of the best shoulder exercise tool out there. Once the patient has regained ROM and strength, they need stability. This tool seems to get the stability back really fast. It would be ideal for patients with unstable shoulder and recurrent dislocation. It is not as easy as it seems and it will keep the patients engaged and challenged.

Learn to use the versatile Rotational Trainer with this exercise spotlight, featured in the Spring 2013 issue of PFP (Personal Fitness Professional) Magazine.
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