stretcher should attempt to push their wrist towards the floor, deepening the stretch. The subscapularis is located in the rotator cuff of the shoulder and assists in the medial rotation of the humerus. As you can see from the picture
above that the subscapularis originates from the subscapularis fossa of the scapular and inserts into the less tubercle of the humerus.
Obviously we could not include every stretch required for this activity instead this blog aimed to cover the main stretches used and maybe a few you may not have thought of previously. Please remember to follow the safe stretching tips we have given you in the previous blog as well as the individual safety tips for static and PNF stretching.
Image taken from "Upper Body Stretches" wall chart by B. Walker.
Image taken from "Lower Body Stretches" wall chart by B. Walker.
Image taken from http://www.thestretchinghandbook.com/archives/stretches-water-polo.php.