New massage tutorial video! This one’s on the subscapularis muscle, the most mysterious of the rotator cuff muscles. Sandwiched between the scapula and the rib cage, it’s not easy to access. It is, however, worth the effort to address it thoroughly.
Why work with subscap? Well, it’s an internal rotator of the humerus, so it’s a big contributor to rounded shoulder posture. Imagine what would happen if, when someone presented with posture-related shoulder pain, we offered thorough work of pecs major and minor, subscap, and serratus anterior. Throw in some fascial work on the anterior and lateral thoracic region, and you’re cooking with gas!