Neck Active Isolated Stretching: Weekend Workout! 5-20-17

YouTube doesn’t have many¬†Active Isolated Stretching videos, so I decided to film my own. Many of my friends have desk jobs and the neck pain that frequently goes along with looking at a computer, so today’s focus is Neck Active Isolated Stretching.

Tuesday, I discussed Active Isolated Stretching. For more information, click this link.

In this Neck Active Isolated Stretching video, we will use our hands to apply a slight pressure to make sure we stretch our targeted muscles. We will hold each stretch about 2 seconds, and we will do each exercise 8-12 times. You will need a chair and the ability to use both hands.

Weekend Workout! is a 20-30 minutes Pilates and yoga inspired workout. Each Saturday, I release a new, FREE workout. Of course, if you subscribe to my YouTube channel, you get alerts as soon as I publish new videos. This lets you get a head start on your workout for the week.

Neck Active Isolated Stretching Video

Here is the video! Please enjoy!

How did your neck feel after the stretches? Let us know in the comments below.

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Sarah Stockett is STOTT certified in Matwork, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair, & Barrels, Injuries & Special Populations, and CORE; a Yoga Alliance RYT-200; and has studied Active Isolated Stretching. When she is not trying to discover the best exercises to get rid of pain, she likes watching movies and travelling with her family.

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