Hey Dr. McNamara here and if you suffer from any type of shoulder pain, neck pain, mid-back pain. You're going to want to start doing this stretch. This is going to help that upper-cross type of syndrome.
So what you want to do is first come into a doorway and then start holding now, the first part of this stretch is you're going to hold for about 30 seconds. Passively the next part, we're going to do a progressive. Angular isometric, loading what that means is we're gonna start pushing against the wall right here.
So we're Contracting, the muscles we are trying to stretch. You're going to hold that for about 30 seconds after that. We're going to do the regressive angular isometric loading you're going to squeeze your shoulder blades and pull your arms off the wall. So you can see, I got more range of motion, you can see my arms coming off, you're going to hold this for about 20 to 30 seconds then come back up.
Now we have a new range of motion. We're going to hold this for passively for 30 seconds and then you'll notice that you'll get great gains in that chest, flexibility Mobility, that shoulder pain, that neck pain, that made paint, it's all going to improve.