It's important to not only stretch muscles in this area but to regularly do exercises that engage them, too.
If working from home or staring at your phone has you slouching, these moves are here to save your back, shoulders and neck.
Your muscles and joints need some TLC when you're done working out. Here's why and how to do it properly.
These simple mobility moves don’t just ease aches and discomfort, they’ll protect your lower back, upper back and spine, too.
If you're experiencing back pain, neck tension, muscle tightness or stress, these moves are for you.
Exercise has tons of mental health benefits, but sometimes it's hard to do during this coronavirus pandemic. Enter these stretches.
Vinny Bonanno is the founder of Stretching in Public. This self-acclaimed “former fat kid with nonstop hone-able energy” started “a movement of movement,” aimed at bringing mindfulness and physical wellness to the public. He performs yoga stretches in public - including in crowded airports, streets, on subway platforms and cars, and essentially anywhere he can grab ordinary people’s attention.
Just a few minutes of yoga will help strengthen and stretch your upper body.