No more rounded shoulders

Try this exercise at your desk: It will mobilise the upper spine to reduce pain from tense shoulders and neck

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Exercise step by step

  1. Objective: Mobilisation of the upper spine to reduce pain from tense shoulders and neck.
  2. Starting Position: Sit on a chair with your arms crossed in front of your chest and your back pressed slightly against the backrest.
  3. Movement: Turn your upper torso and head to the left and hold this position for 10 seconds. Then do the same to the right.
    Repeat this exercise 3 times.
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