HOW: Bend over on the ground and place your arm on a foam roller, thumb up. Ramp up intensity and push the pinky side of your hand into the foam roller. Keeping that engagement, slowly drive the foam roller forward. When you reach up...

HOW: Start on the side of a door frame or wall. With your elbow bent at your side to 90 deg, push UP and outwards into the doorway. Think of lifting your elbow towards the ceiling. Slowly ramp up the amount of “pushing” that...

HOW: Start facing a door frame or wall. With your elbow bent at your side to 90 deg, push forward into the wall. Slowly ramp up the amount of “pushing” that you do, staying just under the point of pain/discomfort and hold that level...

HOW: Start on the outside of a door frame or wall. With your elbow bent at your side to 90 deg, push backwards into the doorframe/wall. Think of driving squeezing your shoulder blades to push backwards. Slowly ramp up the amount of “pushing” that...

HOW: Maintain the down dog position with your hips up high the entire time - we will only be moving our shoulder blades in this exercise. Push the ground away from you and protract your scapula. Your shoulder blades should be pushing your hips...

HOW: Grab onto the doorway with the side you want to stretch as your top hand. Place your other hand lower wherever is most comfortable. Drop your same side heel back behind you and try to reach back as far as you can. Look...

HOW: Start by lying on your side with your knees bent and raised to hip height. Clasp your hands on top of each other. Slowly reach your top hand forward as far as you can. Then, slowly pull your hands back, across your chest,...

HOW: Start with your entire forearms against the wall. Push into the wall with the pink side of your hands as well as your elbows the entire time. Slowly work your way up the wall, then slide back down. Repeat.   FEEL: You should feel...

HOW: Find a doorway and place the wedge the front part of your shoulder against the doorway. Slowly step forward and away from the wall.   FEEL: You should feel a deep stretch in the front of your shoulder only.   COMPENSATION: If you feel any...

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