Prescription: 2 min each side. Before or after a workout.
You may not realize how tight your traps are until you really dig into them! Freeing up your traps could mean a more fluid arm swing and less tension in your upper body 🙂
Prescription: 4 x 0:30 Hold. Can be done before or after workout.
This is a great way to load your shoulders in extension. This position is important for our arm swing and can get a little tight if we never spend time on it!
Prescription: 2-3 minutes each side. Should be done after workout.
Use the lacrosse ball to attack your tight pecs! And learn how your tight pecs affects your shoulders, your neck, your arm swing, and everything else!
While we’ve worked with numerous licensed physical therapists to create content, we are not doctors, nor do we claim to be doctors. These exercises are ones we’ve used on ourselves and our clients throughout the years and have selected our favorite, most effective tools to get the job done! If you’re concerned with any exercises, please reach out to your local physical therapist for further guidance!