No weights only a theraband and yourself are needed for this great upper arm workout!
Feel this too much in your neck and top of your shoulders? Make sure you are:
- pulling your shoulders down away from your ears as your arms go back. You can face a mirror and watch your shoulders to make sure they stay exactly where they are as you go back with your hands.
- If you are keeping your shoulders pulled down and still feel it in your neck, try supporting your shoulder blades from underneath with your upper back muscles. That helps keep you from over stretching you neck and squishing your shoulder blades.
Want to get even more out of this exercise through using your back muscles? Schedule your free 90 minute consultation.
Addie Kelzer is a certified personal trainer and nutrition consultant. She believes that by making fitness and good food practical, her clients will hold the power to positively change their health and the health of those closest to them.