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The first time you made a cocktail you were probably wondering if you were shaking correctly – but you were most likely thinking about the impact of the shakes on the drink, not on your arms!

Hospitality workers engage in a lot of repetitive movements that can lead to strain and injury in the long term – like using a cocktail shaker. But these injuries can be prevented by learning how to move safely in the workplace.

Leandra Rouse is a personal trainer and nutritionist who focuses on workplace health and safety. In this online lesson she shows you how to shake a cocktail without causing unnecessary strain on your arms.

What you'll learn in the How to properly shake a cocktail lesson

  • The best way to shake a cocktail shaker
  • How to make your shakes count to reduce the repetitive action

Who the Exercise tips for hospitality workers course is for

Hospitality workers, it’s time to look out for number one! Get the skills you need to take your career to the next level.


Leandra Rouse

Leandra Rouse is a culinary nutritionist, workplace wellness consultant and fitness expert. She develops unique health programs for individuals and companies.

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