Chest Opening Stretches
Have you noticed those long, white, cylindrical foam things in your gym, and not known what to do with them? One thing you can do is quite painful, but good for you, and will be the topic of a future video. Today, I’ll show you a couple of lovely stretches to do as you lay over the foam roller. These particular stretches are great for people with lung disease. The more we can open our chest and anterior shoulder area, and keep from hunching, the more lung tissue is available for air exchange.
I do these after every single workout. It’s sort of like a reward for working hard. Spend at least 30 seconds per stretch, and if you have more time, even better.