Chest Stretch

Gravity sucks, doesn't it? Nobody's immune; nothing escapes the pull of gravity but knows how to fight it. This stretch helps you prevent shoulder slump and the sloped back that is common in people who don't pay attention to posture and exercise. The chest stretch targets the pectoralis minor, a thin triangular muscle that helps manage a full range of motion for the scapula.


Stand erect with your spine elongated and chest forward. Place both arms behind your back and interlock your fingers. Pull your shoulders backward and squeeze your shoulder blades together to create a comfortable stretch in the front of your chest region. Hold the stretch comfortably for 30 seconds. Do these daily and say Goodbye to those granny shoulders.

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