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LATS/REAR DELT SUPERSET • • With every one of my athletes and general population clients, we superset horizontal/vertical pulls with rear delt work. Football/Wrestling/Rugby athlete christiantaylor seen here executing: 1) Standing Cable Bar Row 2) Low Angle Resistance Band Facepulls • • Rear deltoids are an often overlooked and neglected muscle that should require a great deal of attention. Achy shoulder? Strengthen the rear delts! Shitty mobility? Strengthen the rear delts! Slouched/rounded shoulders (Kyphosis)? Strengthen the rear delts! • • Take away: 1) The Cable Bar is an awesome tool to use for standing rows. Thanks to steve_bonnen who I stole the exercise from 💪🏼🤙🏼 2) Add sets of 12-20 Facepulls to any Horizontal/Vertical Pull to create a superset that will have your back and shoulders strong, mobile and injury free! • • theathletesblueprint strengthandconditioning superset lats reardelts horizontalrow facepull healthyshoulders happyshoulders strongshoulders football wrestling rugby twobirdsonestone healthiswealth

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So happy to be working with my weights again. My shoulder has been doing so well the last couple of months ~ no more pain! I’ve been slowly adding back in the weights to continue to strengthen my shoulders. Still doing my physio exercises also. My tennis elbow is almost there, IMS has been helping along with my physio exercises. This one is taking its time, and sometimes makes things difficult. 😒 Today I was able to do a proper chest fly and reverse fly! No pain 💪🏻 I’m keeping the weights at 3 and 5 pounds for some of these exercises, it’s all about those baby steps. 🏋🏻‍♀️ I’m just so happy to feel the change and start to finally progress! 🤗 healedshoulder buildingupmystrength happyshoulders strengthtraining stronger weights healing

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Today was awesome🙌 I got the chance to lead another Movement Matters workshop at gevolution_fitness here in Augusta! We talked about thoracic mobility and shoulder health. Team members got to learn about anatomy and common injuries that occur due to poor posture and repetitive motions. After the lecture, we got to go hands on for some foamrolling scrubbing dynamicstretching mobility prehab and strengthening. And, we even got to use the UltimateRoller from acumobility !😍 Can't wait to do the next one! Thanks for joining crew 💪

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Flying into the weekend like… Wie macht ihr eure Lat-Pulldowns? Vor dem Kopf oder hinter dem Kopf? Gibt es ein richtig oder ein falsch? Um diese Frage zu beantworten müssen wir zuerst die Frage stellen, was die Zielsetzung ist - also warum machen wir die Übung? Gehen wir einfach mal von dem Fall aus, wir möchten möglichst viel Aktivation (und/oder Wachstum) des Latissimus Dorsi. In diesem Fall gibt es zwei Gründe warum der Zug vor den Kopf die bessere Variante ist: 1. Mehr Muskelaktivität: Eine Studie aus dem Jahre 2002, welche im Journal of Strength and Conditioning erschienen ist, verglich den Pulldown mit verschiedenen Griffvariationen wie dem engen Grip, dem supinierten Griff, sowie dem weiten Griff vor und hinter dem Kopf. Sie fanden heraus, dass die Muskelaktivität beim weiten Griff vor dem Kopf dabei am höchsten war.  2. Stress auf die Schulter & die Rotatorenmanschette: Der Großteil der Sportler kämpft mit einer verbesserungswürdigen Schulterbeweglichkeit. Vorgerundete Schultern sorgen für arge Probleme in der Überkopfposition. Um beim Latzug mit der Stange hinter den Kopf zu kommen, benötigen wir Abduktion der Schulter in Kombination mit externer Rotation. Dies bringt grundsätzlich bereits ohne Beweglichkeitseinschränkung extrem viel Stress auf das Schultergelenk und die Rotatorenmanschette ohne Vorteile in der Muskelaktivität. Unterm Strich gibt es jedoch kein richtig oder falsch. Die Zielsetzung definiert den Bedarf. Doch solltet ihr frei wählen können - nehmt den Front Pulldown! pulldownsverleihenflügel sexyback happyshoulders schmiedewarehousegym warehousegym fitnessstudio athletikstätte dieschmiede alfter bonn bornheim köln wesseling fitfam fitfamgermany FitLife getfit FitnessMotivation FitnessAddict instafit fitness gymlife getstrong LiftHeavy fit training crossfit workout backday

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หลายคนถามว่า ทำไมแข็งแรงจัง เคล็ดลับ นี่เลยค่ะ กรี้ดยาวๆๆๆๆสักสองสามที ให้มันโล่ง แล้วไปต่อ แค่นี้เองค่ะ แหะๆ ้อมเท่านั้นที่จะครองโลก ันละนิดจิตแจ่มใส เนอะไหล่เนอะ เก้าอี้ตัวนั้นเห็นล่ะพี่ปวดใจทุกทีเยย ขอบคุณที่ซ้อมเป็นเพื่อนนะคะ จุ้บ! little_taohu 😘 everydayimfly corestrength conditioning fundrill happyshoulders handstand

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Разминка для плеч "Happy shoulders" 🌞 ✔️ Здесь небольшая трехминутная разминка для уменьшения боли в плечах и в грудном отделе позвоночника🌱 ⠀ Отлично подойдет не только людям ведущим сидячий образ жизни👩‍💻но и тем кто регулярно испытывает стресс🌪️ комплекс поможет снять неприятные ощущения и расслабить напряжение в мышцах🌟😌 ⠀ Лучшим вариантом будет выполнение растяжки после основной тренировки когда мышечносвязочный аппарат разогрет🔥 Если же упражнения на растяжку выполняются в дни, свободные от тренировок, то для исключения травмирования связок и суставов необходимо выполнить динамичную разминку🏃‍♀️ ⠀ ❕ВАЖНО ЗНАТЬ❕что выполнение упражнений на растяжку не должно вызывать боль💢 Не следует допускать резких движений – делайте упражнения плавно с постепенным увеличением амплитуды. В крайних точках (когда растяжение максимально) задерживайтесь на несколько секунд⏱️ Сосредотачивайтесь на тех мышцах и суставах, которые в данный момент задействованы☑️приятное потягивание в мышце, будет лучшим знаком для вас, что вы на верном пути🎋🙆‍♂️ ⠀ Также эти упражнения подойдут и спортсменам после тренировки с активным участием плечевого пояса🙂💪 ⠀ Будьте здоровыми и гибкими!❤️😉 ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ happyshoulders растяжка stretching motivation healthgirl растяжкамосква шпагат мост студиярастяжки персональнаятренировка растяжкавидео фитнес flexibility myyoga стретчингтур stretchingvideos марафонпорастяжке persinaltrainer персональныйтренер спорт Академияльда

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Mobility and stability MUST live together. Enhance mobility and control it with stability How much time have you spent “stretching” in your day? And how much more flexible has that made you? Has it reduced your risk of injury? Mindless stretching is a waste of time. All the mobility in the world won’t help you if you can’t control it Drills like the kettlebell arm bar force you to control and stabilize closer to end range positions, teaching your brain and body to keep the joint healthy throughout any range of motion Mobility has value, but without stability it’s useless wisdomwednesday workoutwednesday mobility stability kettlebell kettlebellworkout armbar shoulder shoulderstability shoulderworkout happyshoulders strong strongwomen strength athlete athletic mchalestrength tarpsoptional

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Self-Care for Fit Shoulders workshop today at aradiafitnessnc 🤸🏼‍♂️. So much scapular mobility happened! Thanks to all 14 of you who came out 😘.

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Bench press stuck?? . Shoulders hurt? . Just need some great activation movements to add into your upper body warmup? . One primary cause of all of the "bad shoulders" and above is lack of shoulder external rotation This is a 4 part progression to improve that external rotation Step 1 - progressive/regressive angle holds ( pailsandrails) - hold for 1-5 sec and continue into further active stretch. Step 2- Side lying external rotation. Can be done standing as well. Only go as far as your shoulder will go, not how far you can rotate! Shoot for 8-12% of your max bench press for 10 reps. Step 3- Half kneeling kettlebell halos. Keep lower body tight and get rotation through the shoulders and Tspine. Step 4- shoulderrok swings. This is a more advanced, dynamic movement that will bulletproof those shoulders Now go benchpress and have happy shoulders! tailoredstrength trainingbytaylor shoulderhealth frc kabukistrength kettlebellkings chicagotrainer chicagopersonaltrainer happyshoulders bucktownchicago wickerparktraining trainsmart trainsafe

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Monday Movement: Landmine Press The Landmine Press is a great variation for those working up to or needing a regression from overhead pressing. The Landmine is beneficial in helping build up scapular stabilizers, triceps and core activation. There are many variations to this lift, but here are two of the basics. First is single arm with a staggered stance. Anchor the barbell against a rack or a wall and stand with the barbell lined up over the shoulder. Step the opposite foot forward and feel free to lean forward. Make sure to stabilize with the core first before pressing forward. The second variation is a Squat into a Landmine Press. Bring both hands to the bar and start at your chest. Sit back into a squat and drive into a press as you stand. If the barbell alone feels comfortable, add a plate to the side closest to you for added resistance.

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movementmonday is focused on the shoulders, extending the range of mobility and strengthening. When doing these be very mindful of pain. Pain means your going to far and is not something to "push" through when dealing with the shoulder. First movement is to open the chest. Begin by laying the shoulders on a rolled blanket and then opening the arms into cactus. Stay here for 10 spacious breaths. The second pose also opens the front of the shoulders. Grab opposite wrists or interlace fingers then pull hands and shoulders down and back. Hold for five spacious breaths. And the third movement is for strength. Grab each end of band hands about a foot or so apart. The pull band apart while keeping elbows glued to your sides. Do for 10 reps. Then move the hands further apart and repeat. happyshoulders curvyyogi yogateacher overfortyandfabulous

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Uber excited about my special topics class tonight. 7:30pm happy shoulders wearewarriorone I'll show you how it all connects together and what you can do to relieve shoulder pain and more!

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Great News 🙌🏼 yogatuneup workshop is coming back to umeyogaoakland second Saturday of each month. The last workshop was so much fun, I can’t wait to roll, release, and relax together again! Next workshop is March 16 10-12am. See you there Do you carry your stress and tension in the upper back, shoulders, neck? If so, this Yoga Tune Up® workshop: De-Stress Your Shoulders is for you! Yoga Tune Up® (YTU) is a conscious corrective exercise format influenced by Yoga and myo-fascial release techniques that improves overall strength, flexibility and coordination. This workshop will begin with a self-massage, to target the upper back, shoulders, neck and face, utilizing Yoga Tune Up® therapy balls. After you will be guided through playful and challenging techniques that will create spaciousness in the joints of your upper-body, while relieving stiffness, and increasing mobility in upper back, neck, and shoulders. We will end with breathing, meditation, and restorative postures to deeply calm the nervous system and relax the body and mind. Learn how to use the Yoga Tune Up® therapy balls to relieve your body of chronic tension. Discover simple yet valuable self-care techniques in this accessible YTU workshop that’s appropriate for all experience levels. This workshop will benefit those who: -Suffer from chronic pain, stiffness and tension -Have an active lifestyle and want to increase performance and recovery time -Anyone who spends the majority of their time seated at work -Those who wish they had the time or resources to get a daily massage -Fitness junkies and fitness professionals that overuse and abuse their muscles and need some TLC -Effective ancillary practice for chiropractic work and ART 📷 erika.belanger yogatuneup yogatuneupballs umeyogaoakland yogaworkshop yogasf yogaoakland jennamarynyoga myofascialrelease myofascial selfmassage eastbayyoga eastbaylove shoulderday shoulderworkout yogalovers yogatuneup® yogatuneuptherapyballs happyshoulders

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Do you know that feeling when your bags are packed and you’re ready to go on vacation? Do you think that feeling would make it really nice to move your shoulders? Well my shoulders have been excited to move like they’re going on vacation and actually my whole body in general feels good too. See you tomorrow in Aspen! I’m ready for all the powder that’s waiting for me!❄️❄️❄️✨✨ completecore bysolange physicaltherapy womenshealth pelvicfloor breath movement happyshoulders functionaltraining mindbody selfcare imagery mindset positivemind healthylifestyle wellbeing releasetension vacationvibes movewell

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Anytime there is heavy shoulder work planned in my workout (or in a clients), I,Y,T exercises are always part of the warm up. Done here with a light weight. If this is a new one for you, start with no weight. • The shoulders are one of the most mobile joints AND the most susceptible to injury. This dynamic movement helps to improve the stabilization through the shoulder blades, strengthens the rotator cuffs, and helps to fire up the often neglected lower traps. • Start face down, chest slightly lifted, chin down. *Focus on generating the movement through your shoulders and not your low back. Small movement. warmup

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The Landmine The Landmine Press and its variations can be a great tool for people who may be lacking some overhead mobility as well as developing multi-planer unilateral strength/power. Utilizing these variations will also help develop core strength and pelvic control due to its unilateral loading and focus on preventing lumbar extension. The fatter bar will allow for some grip strength development 🖐 Tall Kneeling and Half Kneeling: Starting off in a a kneeling position will allow to develop stability and control of your torso and pelvis. Once these positions are strong then progressing to a standing variation would be a good idea. Standing Press and Push Press: Most sport and activity are done on the feet so getting people to this variation makes sense. By showing control of the trunk and pelvis they can start making the movement more dynamic by adding the lower body into the mix. Push Jerk, Split Jerk, Rot. Push Jerk: Utilizing the landmine for power variations can be a good challenge because most people will typically load upper body power exercises bilaterally. These variations will get people producing power unilaterally and in various planes of movement. You can still load these exercises up all while keeping the risk of injury down compared to its vertical pressing barbell derivatives. Less risky, unilateral, multi-planersounds good to me. Start utilizing the landmine and adding these variations to your toolbox. strong healthy fitness happylifting happyshoulders

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The and I have been having a lazy day today while the weather has been grey and rainy although now it’s sunny we’ll be heading into the garden for a bit of fresh air and snail hunting 🐌 • One of my favourite things is spending time with the famalam but another is sitting and planning. Whether that’s for the next day, next week, or month or next year. 🗓 • So when I get the little munchkins down and after my clients tonight, that’s what I shall be doing. My mental health is much better once I have a plan 🙏🏻(and chocolate 🍫😂) • So why not brighten your Sunday evening and set yourself up for a good week by looking forward to a massage! 💆‍♀️ • Book it in and spend a little time planning your week and you’ll feel much better for it 🥰

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Tight shoulders? Try this Nowadays it's very common to have low mobility in the shoulderswe don't need to climb trees or mountains anymore. In our daily life we barely lift the arms up And then we go to yoga and many poses require a high range of motion in the shoulders (downdog for example). Especially external rotation. But we spend most of our day hunching forward, that is, internally rotating our shoulders! So external rotation is very hard for maaaany students I've been there, so I know what I'm talking about. When I discovered the strap and how to use it to increase my range of motion in the shoulders, I was in heaven 😇 . Hope this helps my yogis! 🙏 . yogafortightshoulders shouldersmobility yogaforshoulders shouldersflexibility happyshoulders healthyshoulders yogateachermiami shoulderstretch yogatips yogadrills yogamiami

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Kickin’ it with my happy shoulders 😊💕💕💕. I thought I was going to have to get physical therapy. Thank you yoga for the tools to self-heal. A massage from Kim at Main Street Spa, in Huntington Beach, started the process. The rest has been careful movement and listening to the body. ekapadaurdhvadhanurasana, oneleggeduowardfacingbow, upwardfacingbow, heartopener, yogapose, yoga, yogini, yogapractice, homepractice, homepracticeyoga, loveropractice, practicelove, yogaforthewin, selfhealing, healthyself, feelinggood, happyshoulders, kickinit, backbend

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Vitamin Shoulder Flexion. Not to be confused with Vitamin Rib Thrust. 💊 . Many people go to reach for something overhead and their ribcage moves a whole lot and their shoulder moves a whole not. 😕 . But, you ask, when my arm goes in the air, doesn’t that mean my shoulder is moving?!? Well, not really. 🤔 . Test yourself by trying this ⤵️ . ⭐️ Lay down on the floor and put a pillow under your shoulders, then two under your head until your upper back (bra line) touches the floor fairly easily. The wedge pictured is the effect you’re going for. 📐 . ⭐️ Try to reach your arms over your head and see if your upper back lifts away from the floor. 🙆🏻‍♀️ . If your upper back leaves the floor, and your arms don’t move very far, then welcome to OD’ing on Vitamin Rib Thrust. 🤯 . To achieve better overall shoulder health, you want a shoulder that moves versus a ribcage excessively. Practicing this can give you happy rotator cuffs, toned deltoids and triceps. 💪🏼 Oh and potentially less back pain from overusing your ribcage 💥 . The second picture shows a clasped hand overhead reach to supplement Vitamin Shoulder Flexion which is one of the many movement nutrients in the Lush Living REboot video program 1️⃣ Laying on your pillows, clasp your hands making a fist, then flip your hands inside out with your palms facing the ceiling stretching your hands and thumbs wide. 🖐🏼 . 2️⃣ With softly bent elbows, slowly reach your arms overhead, sliding your shoulders away from your ears, keeping your bra-line on the ground. ☝🏼 . 3️⃣ Hold the arms overhead a moment and breathe a breath or two. 🌬 . 4️⃣ Then slowly bring your arms back up toward the ceiling. Repeat a few times. 👏🏼 . 🔸 BONUS try to swap your clasp to the awkward clasped fist and try it again. Notice how that changes the shoulder stretch. 😳 . Here’s to happy, supple shoulders with Vitamin Shoulder Flexion! 🙋🏻‍♀️ . vitaminshoulderflexion vitaminribthrust happyshoulders tonedtriceps reboot lushliving

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Squat to Overhead Press Modification: Saturday Full Body 💥 Try a Squat with Band Row: this is one of my favorites! It gets your heart pumping and works on your postural muscles with less strain on your neck and shoulders. Use the black or purple band for extra challenge tightertogether healthyrunner happyshoulders

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This is a great mobility series to get the shoulder girdle into a better position during a multitude of lifts. Whether it be squats, overhead pressing, snatch, or split jerks! The reason this is done on the floor is to reduce the amount of spinal extension to compensate for tight shoulders. It also activates the rhomboids and erectors to prepare them for load. 3-5 sets with 5-10 repetitions in each movement should ensure a happy upper thoracic and shoulder girdle region happyshoulders healthyshoulders happylifting

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💥Upside Down Kettlebell Carry💥 This is a personal favorite for shoulder stability. It is easy to add to your pre-workout routine to get the shoulder stabilizers firing and ready to rock n roll Putting the kettlebell upside down creates instability and forces the shoulder stabilizers to fire. The key is to not go too heavy so you don't compensate and use larger muscle groups to just keep the arm up. thefirm happyshoulders wintheday

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One my personal favorite Shoulder CAR variations. Demonstrated masterfully by Danielle. ⠀ Oh yeah, she’s using a ball and then a WEIGHT for extra fun (irradiation, tension, challenge) 😆 wonderful stuff ⠀ Try em out! Glue your first the the floor, then glue your forehead to your fist, and let the fun ensue. ⠀ Repost dpoweryoga ・・・ Shoulder flossing inspired by b_nevison ⠀ ⠀ mobilitytraining shouldercars mobilityninja CARS frc makeshitworknice

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Lateral Raise to Closure Modification: Back + Chest Day💥 . If you have cranky shoulders or a sore neck, try switching up the position of your arms. Try Scaption Raises instead: Bring your arms forward about 30-45 degrees-basically half way between straight in front and straight out to the side. This will decrease the strain on your shoulder joint and help your rotator cuff muscles to function optimally tightertogether happyshoulders healthyrunner

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Struggling with your push up or Chaturanga? Try this awesome band trick to really feel where the shoulders should actually be! ^ You’ll need 2 bands, one to loop around a high bar and the other to fold in half and loop around the first band. Strap the second band around your shoulders like a back pack. Lower yourself to the floor and begin in a plank position. Bend the elbows and lower down into your push up. You should feel the band gently pulling your shoulders back. THIS is where they should be in order to stay pain free! Especially if you expect to continue doing Vinyasa yoga where you might be repeating a chaturanga 20+ times in an hour! ^ Typically what happens is the shoulders round forward placing a lot of stress on the joint and eventually leading to possible injury. No one wants that, right?! ^ Get yourself some bands or find some in the gym you go to and give this a try! Let me know what you think! happyshoulders pushup chaturanga yoga vinyasa sunsalutation fitness strength personaltrainer trainsmarter nopainlotsofgain

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Burpee and Mountain Climber Foundation Exercises: Shoulder and Scapular Focus . Work to build core, shoulder, and scapular strength first if your arms fatigue quickly with burpees and mountain climbers Here are a few ideas: 1. Push-ups against the wall: this is a great way to work on push-up strength and depth with less strain than push-ups on knees. Step away from the wall and then lean in so you’re on your toes. Perform push-ups or work on your yoga chatarunga strength. 2. Push-ups leaning on to a counter or chair: progress from the wall to using a counter, chair back, or bench. Special guest appearance from my trusty cervelocycles tri bike! tightertogether coreworkout healthyrunner happyshoulders

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Kinstretch Swimmer Hover progress! ⠀ Check out the tag STYMshoulder to see: ⠀ 👉🏻 How I went from dislocations to surgery, to where I am now using functionalrangeconditioning principles and a positive mindset. ⠀ 👉🏻 Lots of mobility exercises, and lots of thoughts and experiences that I hope can help people in their mobility and/or recovery journey. ⠀ 👉🏻 That progress is anything but linear, from a physical and a mental perspective. Consistency, acceptance, and flexibility will yield positive results over time 😊 ⠀ Keep the big picture in mind, and keep doing those little things to get you there. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ smilestakeyoumiles mobility wellness fitness kinstretch

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Monday’s finisher 💪🏼 15 band facepulls 20 heavy KB marches x 5 Go ontry it! mondaymotivation

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Warning! Long, nerdy yoga post: My upper back has always been cranky (C7 to be specific- the lower part of your neck). Cervical spine flexion and over exertion is so so common in this day and age: studying, driving, texting, having a desk job, poor postureyou can see where I’m going with this. We NEED to open up and strengthen the back side of our bodies! As I like to say in my yoga classes, “back it up and stack it up” 😂 (come take my class for more great puns) Feeling stiff or tight in your upper back/shoulders from your lifestyle?? Dooo something about it! A little self care through mindful movement does a longggg way. Talk about LIFE changing. Here’s a super short (like FIVE MINUTE) sequence you can do at home! POSE BREAKDOWN IN THE COMMENTS! ☀️☀️☀️