7 Exercises For Neck & Shoulder Relief

7 exercises for neck and shoulder relief - Adriana Kyser

7 Exercises For Neck & Shoulder Relief!

Do you suffer from tight and achy neck and shoulders? Long hours in front of a computer, on the phone, and bad posture can lead to tightness in the neck and shoulders. This short Yoga Sequence consists of 7 exercises for neck and shoulder relief. They are designed to help you stretch those tight areas and improve your range of motion.

One thing to keep in mind is that you should also work on strengthening your upper body to help you improve your posture and maintain the 3 healthy curvatures in your spine.

When your arms and shoulders are weak your lower back muscles often have to compensate. This compensation can lead to a strain, back pain, or injury.

Why Having A Strong Upper Body Is Important? 

Having strong arms and core is important since the upper body controls your ability to perform everyday activities.  Activities like reaching, pulling, pushing, and lifting are part of our daily routines. When you have a strong upper body your flexibility, mobility, and range of motion improve.

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