Shoulder Stretch/Roll

Step 1: Sit up straight with your feet firmly planted on the floor throughout the exercise.

Step 2: Stretch your right arm in front of you and across your chest, as if you were grabbing something on your left side.

Step 3: Bring your left arm under your right elbow.

Step 4: Gently hug your right arm in toward your chest.

Step 5: Repeat with the arms reversed.

Step 6: Relax your arms, letting them hang down loosely at your side.

Step 7: Slowly roll both shoulders backward 10 times, then roll them forward 10 times.

Step 8: Repeat the entire exercise 4 times. 

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

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