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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 video she shows you how to shake a cocktail without causing unnecessary strain on your arms.

Learn hospitality skills for today’s world, including:

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

Servers and bartenders, find out how to start shaking like a pro!


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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