The shoulder is one cool joint. Being a ball and socket joint it is the epitome of the Gary Institute principle of mostability. The large and variable ranges of motions must be balanced with equal amounts of strength and support. Below is an exercise we use to create load at the shoulder while placing load at the same time. You can see Shaani below chasing shoulder abduction and internal rotation.
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