This is another exercise for resetting your shoulder position and posture. The good thing about this exercise is that it can be done anywhere, and does not require any equipment:
- Turn your hands palm outwards – slowly
- Try to squeeze your shoulder blades together, automatically bringing your shoulders backwards
- Keep your shoulders where they are but let the hands roll back into your sides
- Hold that position for 30 seconds
- Rest and repeat
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