Reaching Upper Back Stretch

Step 1: Stand with your feet slightly apart.

Step 2: Cross your arms with your palms facing downward.

Step 3: Extend your arms out in front of you at shoulder height.

Step 4: Reach forward as far as possible until your shoulders are slightly rounded.

Step 5: Drop your head between your arms.

Step 6: Hold the stretch for 30 seconds.

Step 7: Return to the starting position.

Step 8: Repeat 2-3 times to ensure you have really stretched out your upper back.

 
Put together your own office fitness routine by reviewing the exercises in our Workplace Fitness Library.
 
Source: Exercise4weightloss.com
 

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