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Reach Higher Overhead

*low difficulty neck shoulder Aug 16, 2022

Reaching overhead is a highly complex movement. It requires harmonious coordination of strength and flexibility in the shoulders, shoulder blades, upper back, ribs, chest, and collar bones. The better you are at putting all of these pieces together the easier it will be to get your arms up over your head. Instead of focusing on just the shoulders, this video will get you to discover movement in all of the other areas needed to reach up overhead. When you uncover movement in these areas you will put less strain on your shoulders and find your arms are lighter and often less painful. This series is done in sitting and standing by a wall. No special equipment is needed.

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