How To Stretch: Upper Back and Pecs Exercises

By | January 31, 2017 | General | 0 Comment

Watch Dr. Greg Sher demonstrate an important series of stretches which will help improve your posture and flexibility immeasurably.

What do these exercises achieve?

It is vital to continually try to keep your body’s posture in check. These exercises help reduce the everyday wear and tear on our bodies leading to pain or discomfort. A classic example is how we work on a computer or laptop – the strain of leaning forward to complete these tasks leads to muscle tightness across your upper back. 

The big tip:

Stretching your mid back and chest is an excellent way to help alleviate the postural stress we face on a daily basis. Try do this stretch series at least once in the work day, and once in the evening to alleviate postural stress. 

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