This low-intensity exercise lengthens your neck muscles and makes your back muscles more resilient.
Method One of Three:
Getting in the Starting Position
1Sit down on the ground. Your knees should be bent and your feet flat, with your hands resting behind you and your fingers pointing away from your body.
2Straighten your elbows and roll your hips so that your back arches slightly. Breathe in, lifting your chest and letting your head fall back so your body is in a very "open" position. Relax as much as you can, but don't shrug your shoulders or let your arms bend.Advertisement
Method Two of Three:
Performing the Exercise
Method Three of Three:
Things You Need
- Yoga mat (optional)
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