The ‘Frozen Shoulder Fix’ Workout That My Clients Rave About

Fun. Easy. Evidence-based. All you need is 5 minutes!

David Liira, Kin.


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Whether you’re struggling with frozen shoulder or you feel fit as a fiddle, challenging your shoulder’s range of motion daily is an invaluable practice. Not only does it boost your mobility, but it can subtly enhance strength and stability to make you more functional throughout life.

As a trainer and kinesiologist, my favorite part about training the shoulders is that it's so accessible to everyone. You don’t need any fancy equipment to optimize your health in this key region. Even a few minutes per day can take you from disabling pain and dysfunction to impressive mobility and strength.

“…a light bulb went off as I realized that mobility training shouldn’t be reserved for those with injuries.”

Throughout my years working at a rehab clinic, I’ve trained with several individuals navigating frozen shoulder. With even the most simple of exercises, progress was always made within days. Mobility work became a refuge for each of them as pain and limitation slowly disappeared and independence around daily tasks quickly returned.

Throughout my time with these individuals, a light bulb went off as I realized that mobility training shouldn’t be reserved for those with injuries. Regardless of your fitness and health status, doing this 5-minute program will be in your best interest. This is about being proactive with your joint health and eliminating injury risks before they even become a thought in your head.

Without further ado, here’s an all-access pass to my shoulder mobility routine that can save you years of pain and injury. Let’s get started!

Setting Your Shoulders Up for Lifelong Success

Before we dive into any exercises, it’s important to ensure you’re ready to get to work. If you have any injuries or chronic conditions that may put you at risk during physical activity, please talk to a trusted health provider before getting started. Please do your due diligence with exercise clearance to ensure you’re protecting yourself from pain and injury.



David Liira, Kin.

Kinesiologist. Writing on health and the human condition. Clap and I clap back.