Active Isolated Stretching exercises are simple to learn and very practical to implement into a daily routine. Click here to get right to the video demos.
Part two will show you a selection of stretches for the tensed up areas of the shoulder and neck.
Step 1. Active Isolated Stretching Technique for the Chest This exercise stretches the chest muscles (pectoralis major and minor). Tight pectoral muscles roll the shoulders forward and rotate the arms inward. Other muscles are involved with this pattern and they’ll get some attention as well. Muscle anatomy images from 3D4 Medical’s Essential Anatomy App https://videopress.com/v/wpa8d4nC?preloadContent=metadata …
Whether you work at a corporate office or shared work space sitting at a desk, or at home working from your bed or couch, sitting still for countless hours with poor posture will eventually cause some part of your body to experience discomfort (e.g. the neck, back, shoulders, wrists, etc).
A trigger point is a hyper-irritable spot in muscle tissue which can feel like and is sometimes referred to as a “knot”. Trigger points have the ability to refer pain or other sensations to another area of the body in predictable patterns.