The last thing you want to worry about after heading out is if your shoulder will make the paddle out, or wore be ready to catch the first wave. The shoulders are the most important body part in surfing, if you can’t paddle you can’t catch a wave. Getting the shoulders warmed up and ready to go is a great way to prevent shoulder injuries but also to help improve your strength and ability to push.
This routine will help to keep your shoulder healthy and keep you surfing longer.
Consistency is important to change movement patterns. It will take 4-6 weeks to create true strength gain but after starting these exercises you will notice improvements because the muscle will become more efficient with there firing patterns.