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Shoulder Pectoralis Stretch

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This is important stretch that helps improve your posture, your shoulder mechanics, and even help with neck pain. 

Start: Stand next to a doorway. Lift your arm to 90 degrees so your palm is on the frame. You can place your arm lower if there is shoulder pain. You should feel a gentle pull on the chest wall. Now twist your body to the outside to increase your stretch. This should be pain-free. Hold for 30 seconds. 

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