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1 year ago

Chin to Chest Stretch

This is a good stretch for relaxing overworked neck muscles throughout the day.
1Sit upright on a ball or chair with your feet shoulder width apart. Arms are relaxed with your hands resting on your thighs. Tuck your chin gently toward your chest. 2Turn your head slightly to the left until you feel a slight stretch. Hold for 10-15 seconds.3Repeat to the right side, holding for 10-15 seconds.

Repeat at least twice to each side.




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1 year ago

Thigh and Buttocks Muscles with the Exercise Tube

A variation on the glute bridges - adding resistance with an exercise band.
1Lie on your back on the floor or on a yoga mat. Double-up the exercise tube and place it over your hips, holding the tube against the floor with your hands. 2Exhale and push into your heels to lift your buttocks off of the floor. Keep your core engaged at all times and avoid overarching your low back and also avoid shrugging your shoulders. Inhale and slowly lower your buttocks back to the floor, trying to keep your glutes engaged the whole way down.

Repeat 8-12 times, rest, then repeat the entire exercise if desired.




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1 year ago

Single Arm Front Shoulder Raise

A simple, yet effective exercise that can be done at the gym or at home.
1Stand with your feet about shoulder width apart for balance. Your posture should be maintained throughout the exercise. Holding a dumbbell in each hand, start with your hands both resting in front of your thighs. 2Engage your abdominals, exhale, and lift one arm until it is horizontal. Avoid shrugging your shoulders. 3Inhale and lower the weight back to the start position with control. Do the same movement on the other arm.

Do 8-12 repetitions on each arm, rest, then repeat the exercise if desired.




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