Pass-throughs, also called shoulder dislocates, are an effective warmup that serve to prepare the shoulders for exercise and also increase flexibility in the shoulder joints. They are done by taking a wide grip on PVC or a wooden dowel and passing the dowel in an arc overhead from the front to the back (see video demo below). It's best to start with a wide grip and work your hands closer together until you can no longer do the movement without breaking form.

Video Demo

thumb|300px|left|Pass-throughs are an excellent way to warm up the shoulder joint prior to lifting.

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