Conditioning: Shoulder flexibility

For people (like me) who have pretty bad shoulder flexibility, here’s an exercise to help you out. More to come soon…


Kneel down facing a wall. With your knees placed wider than hips-distance apart, extend your arms above your head and place your forearms against the wall. Relax and breathe deeply, allowing gravity to pull your torso toward the floor. To make this more effective in your shoulders and neck, move your knees a bit further away from the wall.
Breathe deeply for 30 seconds and then relax.

Happy Bouncing! 

– Bella 😉 


3 thoughts on “Conditioning: Shoulder flexibility

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