Presentation on theme: "Stretching Stretching will make you feel better. Prevents many computer related problems before they start and if an injury has occurred, can help with."— Presentation transcript:
Neck Stretches Sit or stand, arms hanging loosely by your sides. Tilt your head forwards, backwards and to the sides. Keep your shoulders relaxed during the stretch. Hold 5 seconds in each direction.
Shoulders and Neck Stretch With your right hand, gently pull your left arm down and across, behind your back. Lean your head sideways toward the right shoulder. Hold 10 seconds. Repeat other side. Relax
Stretches shoulders back arms and hands Interlace your fingers, palms upward above your head. Elongate your arms and feel a stretch through your arms and upper side of rib cage. Hold for 15 seconds
Shoulders & Neck Stretches Raise the top of your shoulders toward your ears until you feel a slight tension in our neck and shoulders. Hold this 3-5 seconds and then let your shoulders fall.
Shoulders Chest & Upper Back Stretches Fingers interlaces behind your head. Pull your shoulder blades toward each other, creating a feeling of tension through your upper back. Hold 5 seconds and relax.
Shoulders Arms Wrists & Fingers’ Stretches Interlace your fingers and then straighten your arms out in front of you.(palms facing away from your) Feel the stretch in your arms and through the upper part of your back. Hold stretch for 10 seconds.
Wrists Forearms & Hands Stretches Place your hands palm to palm in front of you. Move hands downward, keeping your palms together. Rotate palms downward. Push one hand gently to the side until you feel a mild stretch. Each stretch hold for 10 seconds.
Increases Circulation Shake your hands at your sides for 10 seconds. Keep your jaw relaxed and let shoulders hang downward. Shake out the tension from your arms.