In this video, we work with a strap, a tennis ball, and the wall to focus on our shoulders (as well as upper back and chest). Use this practice to give a little extra attention to your shoulders, either after a workout, in addition to another practice, or on its own.
The shoulder joint is the most flexible joint in the body, but also the least stable and therefore very prone to injury. Be gentle in your stretches so as not to overdo it!
If you don’t have a tennis ball you can use a lacrosse ball, softball, or even a foam roller. If you don’t have a strap you can use a belt, towel, or scarf.
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