I'm Holly Del Rosso, here at The Works Personal's Training Studio in New York City, and this is exercises for people with bicep tendonitis. If you do have bicep tendonitis, you wanna avoid any overhead motions that are gonna cause inflammation and more pain to your tendon. I wanna work on strengthening your deltoids, and also, your rotator cuff. The first exercise, I wanna take you guys through, internal rotation with a Thera-Band. Find something to wrap your Thera-Band around. Your elbow is gonna hit your side and your just gonna bring your wrist across your body, hold and come back. Really dig that elbow into your side. This is strengthening your shoulder, your rotator cuff, and also, your upper back. This exercise is best for two sets of ten repetitions every day, as many times as you can do. So, if you turn around, then you'll get your external rotation, strengthening your rotator cuff and also, your shoulder. Three sets of ten repetitions is best for this. You can hook your Thera-Band to anything around you. I would suggest a doorknob or anything at the gym. Great job, guys! The next exercise I'm gonna work you through to help your bicep tendonitis is shoulder flexion. Your arm is just gonna come up over your head, hold, come down. Arm, come up straight overhead, hold, and come down. Repeat this, three sets of ten reps, and you should be doing this throughout the day, so you really can strengthen those muscles surrounding your bicep tendon.