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Beginners can use wall support shrugs and wall support holds as progressions to work toward wall dips. Also, people with bad posture, a history of shoulder injuries, or shoulder/upper back weakness can add wall support shrugs to warm ups and workouts to get better function from the musculature surrounding the shoulder blades (scapulas). Even if you don’t think you need this corrective exercise, chances are that improving at wall support shrugs will also improve your pushing and pulling strength across a wide variety of movements.

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