DOLOR DE HOMBRO: 7 CLAVES (CONSEJOS, APLICACIONES PRÁCTICAS…)

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En este vídeo expongo 7 claves importantes para entender el dolor de hombro y hacerle frente (en el gimnasio, en casa…o simplemente tomar conciencia de lo que debemos hacer).

Son aspectos que no solemos tener en cuenta y presentan una vital importancia.

Además, expongo varios ejemplos prácticos (ejercicios para potenciar y mejorar) que reúnen los conceptos explicados, con el objetivo de poder aplicarlos de forma sencilla (por supuesto no son los únicos).

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