I was saving the exercise in today’s video for later this year (something about saving the best for last :D) as this is one of my absolute favorite go-to exercises.
But, as I was reading through different requests and questions that have come in recently, I noticed a theme around neck and shoulder tension/tightness and concern about the upper back, especially when it comes to the side effects of working on a computer.
It just so happens that upper-back-strength work is what I originally planned to send you today.
But, I avoid building strength on top of tightness as much as possible, especially when the neck is involved.
So, before we get into upper-back strength work, let’s kick things off with an amazing neck and shoulder stretch that you can do anywhere.
All you need for this exercise is a few key form points!
I’m curious to hear how this exercise feels for you. (For me, it’s vastly different on my right side than my left.) You can let me know by leaving a comment below.
I love hearing from you!
Saving the best for right now,
P.S. If you like understanding the why behind an exercise, or the reasoning behind doing things in a specific order or way, you’ll love the revamped Pilates Tonic Online Membership.
The virtual membership doors will be opening for a short time in October, and I promise to keep you posted as we get closer to the registration opening date!