first of all, its spelled humerus.
here is a list of exercises you can do that will get you started on the road to recovery! hope to see you on the slopes soon, pal!:
Range of Motion Exercise
Stand or sit with your back straight. Keeping your arm in the sling, gently and slowly lift the shoulders in an upward and downward movement, like you're shrugging. Repeat this exercise as instructed by your health care provider. You may also shrug the shoulders forward and backward, providing a good stretch and exercise that will help increase range of motion in the shoulder joint. Never go beyond your comfort level, and resist forcing a stretch or a movement.
Shoulder Joint Strengthening Exercise
Pendulum exercises may be advised after at least two to three weeks' healing time, depending on the severity and treatment of your humerus fracture. With the arm in a sling, bend slightly forward at the waist and allow your arm to lean toward the floor by gravity. Very gently rotate your shoulder in small circles, widening those circles as you feel stronger. If you feel pain, reduce the movement. As per your physical therapist's instructions, you can take your arm out of the sling and repeat this exercise, making larger circles. Always move slowly and with control to prevent shoulder or humerus displacement.
Internal Rotation Exercise
After three weeks, or according to your physical therapy schedule, you can perform an internal rotation exercise. Place the hand of the affected arm on your hip. This may be a stiff move at first. Move slowly. As you grow stronger, try to place the back of your hand against your spine. Don't do this until instructed by your therapist.
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/160243-home-rehabilitation-exercises-for-a-broken-upper-humerus/#ixzz1CpvIoJ4b