Posts Tagged "chest"

Quick Tip: Loosening the Pecs with the Posture Ball

Posted by on Sep 3, 2014 in Exercises

Quick Tip: Loosening the Pecs with the Posture Ball

Rolling around on the floor sounds fun, right? This week’s Quick Tip may have you doing just that, and you’ll be glad you did! Join co-owner Scott Schwartz as he shows you how to use the Posture Ball to open your pectoral muscles. Opening these muscles will give your upper body greater range of motion and it will feel great too. This exercise is really great for everyone, and feels awesome. It takes the benefits of foam rolling and focuses them into your pecs, which pull the shoulders inward when they’re tight. Try it out, and don’t forget to breathe and relax into...

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Quick Tip: Opening up the Chest

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Stretches

Quick Tip: Opening up the Chest

Co-owner, Jenny Lightstone, is back in the training room to give you tips on opening your chest and relaxing your body. This stretch will benefit you both physically and psychologically, as it counteracts forward posture, decreases muscle tightness, and effortlessly makes you feel more open. Join her as she guides you through this simple, yet uplifting stretch. This tip is good for everyone, especially people that spend long hours sitting at a desk or working with a forward posture on a regular basis. A tight chest means overstretched and weak back muscles, which mean pain and injury! Keep...

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