Mostly practice. Specifically, shoulder positioning on the support arm and strengthening the muscles involved. And keeping the upper trap from trying to do the work.a better way to approach this question
How are you using the Get-up now?
Chris, how you asked your question is worth commenting on.The tgu seems to be really good for my shoulder so I want to work on it as much as is useful. Is there a certain point of optimal benefit from the exercise in terms of volume and frequency.
How many reps = "I get tired"?
For now all I can recommend is that you continue your practice and work towards being able to do 5 full reps right and left as a single set but without the other information that is all I can do.
My shoulder rehab is at the point where tgus are a useful exercise. I'm a bit upper trap dominant but we got the middle and lower traps to start firing again and I'd like to use tgus to 'practice' correct shoulder position and strengthen the muscles involved.what are you trying to accomplish with tgus? shoulder rehab/prehab? do you want to make this one of your primary "pet" lifts for some reason (grappling maybe, or maybe you just dig tgus) or maybe you want it to be an auxiliary lift used to identify and shore up weak links?
The tgu seems to be really good for my shoulder so I want to work on it as much as is useful. Is there a certain point of optimal benefit from the exercise in terms of volume and frequency?