Do you sit for a long time and notice some neck, back, or shoulder discomfort? We have all been there at some point of our lives. I can guarantee your back doesn't feel great after sitting for 8 hours. Do not worry, this is completely...

HOW: Start in a long sitting position with a band wrapped under your feet, hold the band in each hand. Begin the exercise by keeping the rest of your body still and positioning the band behind your head and neck with your palms facing...

HOW: Start this exercise on your back in a 90/90 position, with your knees over your hips and your arms in front of your shoulders. Keep the small of your back pushed into the floor by activating your core. While maintaining core activation, perform...

HOW: Place your hands against an elevated surface, lean into the surface so that most of your body weight is in your arms. Then perform the traditional cat cow by arching and tucking your tailbone.   FEEL:  This should feel like a global stretch to...

HOW: Get set up seated upright with your hands supported on your thighs. Begin the exercise by rotating your upper body side-to-side and repeat, listen to the video for tips and cues. As you rotate your body to the right, push your left shoulder...

HOW: Get set up seated upright with your hands supported on your thighs. Begin the exercise by rounding your upper body and head/neck forward, letting your spine bend forward as your hands slide down your thighs. Reverse the motion to sit upright nice and...

HOW: Begin the exercise by getting yourself set up in good posture sitting upright looking straight ahead. Then perform clockwise small neck circles, begin the movement by dropping your chin down, then lower your right ear down towards your shoulder, then turn your chin...

HOW: Begin the exercise by positioning yourself on your forearms and knees in a modified quadruped position, shoulders stacked over elbows and hips over knees. Perform a chin tuck and push-up plus maintain that head/neck/shoulder blade position the entire time. While keeping the chin...

HOW: Begin the exercise by positioning yourself on your hands and knees in a quadruped position, shoulders stacked over hands and hips over knees. Perform a chin tuck and push-up plus and maintain that head/neck/shoulder blade position the entire time. While keeping the chin...

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