HOW: Get set-up sitting upright with a surface next to you to support your elbow and forearm. With your elbow flexed to 90˚, position your forearm and wrist in a neutral position with your thumb facing up, and have your hand unsupported at the...

HOW: Place the foam roller perpendicular to your spine onto a segment which you want to work on (personally I like to work from bottom to top). Now elevate your arms as far back as you can-in an attempt to touch the floor. This...

HOW: Get set-up seated if you’re performing this for the first time, the goal is to progress to standing. While keeping your arch lifted by doming your foot, spread your toes apart as far as you can, hold for a moment then return to...

HOW: Place your hand behind your back as high up as you feel comfortable. Ideally you will be able to reach the opposite shoulder blade. Once you find this point, stand up tall while pulling your shoulder blades together. This will help stretch the...

HOW: Place your hands against the wall at about shoulder height, then crawl up with your hand as high as you feel comfortable. Now lean your body into your arm by bringing your hips away from the wall. This will be a body on...

HOW: Place your hands against the wall at about shoulder height. Hinge at your hips and bring your body forward, this will be a body on arm movement which will increase the amount of shoulder elevation you are working into. Be gentle and move...

HOW: Get set-up laying on your side with your hips and knees slightly bent, you can use a pillow for head and neck support. Line up your arms directly in front of your shoulders facing in front of you, the arm on top will...

HOW: Begin in a full side plank with one foot in front of the other, keeping your body in one straight line from your heels to your hips to your shoulders. With the top arm reach down and across towards the arm on the...

HOW: Lay face down with your forehead rested on a towel for comfort. Begin with your arms by your side palms facing the ceiling. Lift both arms towards the ceiling as high as you can, while keeping your elbows straight bring both arms up...

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