People often have poor posture when they are working at a desk or gaming all day. The neck, chest, and shoulders can become tight and cause a forward posture. These quick exercises will help improve bad posture fast, and they are easy to do at your desk or chair.
Chin tucks are a great way to not only exercises the neck muscles, but they also stretch them out as well. This simple movement often helps reset the muscles to reduce stress on the neck, head, and shoulder area.
A chest stretch helps release pec muscles that can become tight when the shoulders roll forward. This can often occur when sitting and working at a desk all day.
Seated Ts not only help open up the chest area, but they also help strengthen the muscles in the upper back which help us keep good posture.
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