- Sit or stand upright
- Place your hand behind your neck and point your elbow upwards
- Use your other hand to pull your elbow down
Primary muscles: Triceps brachii.
Secondary muscles: Latissimus dorsi. Teres major and minor.
Injury where stretch may be useful: Elbow sprain. Elbow dislocation. Elbow bursitis. Triceps tendon rupture.
Note: Circulation may be restricted in the shoulder during this stretch so do not perform the stretch for an extended period of time.
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