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Health and Fitness Professionals Review the ROTATER

Here are just a few of an ever growing list of ROTATER Reviews, from health and fitness professionals, fitness freaks and body builders who have published their thoughts after evaluating the ROTATER.  No one was paid or asked to publish their opinion.

 

 

Dan Kennedy – Muscle Insider

PRODUCT REVIEW – THE ROTATOR “…The Rotator is a must-have shoulder rehab solution for physio/rehab facilities and is an essential tool for productive injury-free workouts for all gym goers. It is rare that such an invention commands my attention and there are few products that I STRONGLY recommend – The Rotator is such an innovation…”

 

Tony Hackerott – MMAFu.com

The Rotater Review “Personally after a hard training session, the next day my shoulders are extremely sore. Just think about everything our shoulders have to endure, submissions that isolate the shoulders, grabbing, pulling, throwing, and punching. Shoulder flexibility is important when it comes to Jiu Jitsu. The extra bit of flexibility may give you that extra split second to escape that Americana. One of my favorite things about this great tool is it’s small and you can use it anywhere…”

 

Mark Young, Kinesiologist, Exercise/Nutrition Consultant – Mark Young Training Systems

Thanksgiving Hoopla and Hullabaloo “…Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that the Rotater is a magic bullet for shoulder health. Y still have to do your t-spine mobility work, scapular stabilization drills, and all of the other things your know you should be doing for shoulder health, but I truly believe that the Rotater is a great addition to your arsenal…”

 

Robert Fagan, PGA Section Executive Director, golf company executive, “Expert Golf Witness,” and, highly acclaimed golf writer – The A Position

Product Review – The Rotater “The exercises that The Rotater provides mimic those stretches advised by professional trainers in any range of settings, angles, or tension. And if you lose the instructions, you can easily access them by accessing the website. Better yet, you can buy this nifty strength and range of motion unit and watch your golf shots soar further. Whether for your health and fitness or your golf game, the $59.97 plus S&H cost make The Rotater worth your investment!”

 

Shyam Soin, Head Strength Coach – Zenith Strength

Top 3 Exercises to Improve Shoulder Internal Range of Motion “The sleeper stretch may not work for everyone and some people may feel a pinch in the anterior capsule so we have this version with the arm behind the back. Again be careful you don’t torque your shoulder. I like to use the Rotater for this stretch as well.”

 

Leonard Van Gelder, DPT, ATC, CSCS – Dynamic Principles

Review of the Rotater “…The Rotater is what it is. Which is not to say that is bad in any way, it is the best at what it is designed for, which is for self controlled stretching into focused internal and external rotation. This is a good thing, because as has been mentioned before, the greatest part of the Rotater really is the ability of the patient to control the stretch themselves. I have never been a fan of assisted stretching, but IR and ER stretching is difficult to do independently, typically requiring assistance. However, this can be risky, as I have seen partner assisted shoulder stretching sessions resulting in strains and even tears. The Rotater design solves that problem by putting the control back into the hands of the individual themselves, making it great for post-op shoulder surgery, pitchers/throwers, and any individual lacking IR and/or ER…”

 

Leonard Van Gelder, DPT, ATC, CSCS – Dynamic Principles

Review of the Rotater “…The Rotater is what it is. Which is not to say that is bad in any way, it is the best at what it is designed for, which is for self controlled stretching into focused internal and external rotation. This is a good thing, because as has been mentioned before, the greatest part of the Rotater really is the ability of the patient to control the stretch themselves. I have never been a fan of assisted stretching, but IR and ER stretching is difficult to do independently, typically requiring assistance. However, this can be risky, as I have seen partner assisted shoulder stretching sessions resulting in strains and even tears. The Rotater design solves that problem by putting the control back into the hands of the individual themselves, making it great for post-op shoulder surgery, pitchers/throwers, and any individual lacking IR and/or ER…”

 

Dr. Ben Fung – Kettlebell Therapy

The Rotater Review by Dr. Ben Fung

“…The second big advantage I found with the Rotater is that the instrument naturally isolates shoulder rotation and prevents very common compensatory movements for restricted shoulders. Not so with other methods of isolating shoulder rotation; the Rotater beats out any towel, ball, wedge, pillow, hand, fist, or belt….”

 

MikeScottDPT.com – Doctor of Physical Therapy, Mike Scott

Product Review: The Rotater

“…Well it took about 6 weeks of use, but she got full ROM back and is now back to basic yoga and spinning with no pain, but occasional muscular tightness in her upper trap and biceps. She clearly still has some strengthening to do in her periscap and RTC along with active stabilization/proprioceptive work. But I have to say I do not think that she would have progressed this quickly without the rotater…”

 

Jason Ferruggia, World Renowned Strength and Conditioning Specialist

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“This is a cool little tool that was sent to me recently which is great for shoulder rehab and prehab. Anyone you know with shoulder problems could benefit from incorporating some work on the Rotater into their regular program.”