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Strength & Conditioning Journal. 35(2):8-10, April 2013
The concentric phase of external rotation is achieved by using the contralateral arm to elevate the weight in the training arm to end-range external rotation. Once in external rotation, the weight is then slowly lowered (eccentric action) toward the table to the point of the forearm resting on the abdomen.