Stretching Exercises (1 of 13)

Upper Back Stretch
1. Intertwine your fingers with your palms turned away from you.
2. Reach out, rolling your shoulders forward and extending your arms as far as possible.
3. Hold the stretch 10 to 15 seconds.


Stretching makes your muscles and joints more flexible, preventing injuries, and stopping your muscles from cramping. Fexibility also allows you to move your muscles through their full range of motion. That helps you jump higher, reach further, and run faster
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