This chest stretch, also known as Behind-The-Back-Elbow to Elbow Grip exercise provides a way to open up the front body. When this is executed regularly, you will definitely feel and notice the improvements continuously in the chest and shoulder flexibility.
4-5 times per week
Should you have an elbow or arm injury, you must exercise precaution. You may want to visit your doctor for any additional requirements and additional tests if need be.
Number of Reps and/or Length of Time
10 secs hold
Repeat 3 times
20 secs hold
Repeat 4 times
30 secs hold
Repeat 5 times
Watch the instructional video, then read the following for clarification.
Begin by standing straight with your feet shoulder-width apart.
Place your feet flat on the floor, and your hands clasped behind your head.
Lift you hands towards the sky as far as you can.
Hold your position and lower, repeat.
Choose a fitness regime that fits into your lifestyle. Though do try to make it at least 4 vigorous sessions of a minimum of 30 minutes each.
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