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Upper Body Exercise (i)

This apparently simple exercise stimulates movement throughout your upper body, and is both powerful and wide-ranging in its effects.

Stand with your feet apart at shoulder width, hips and knees flexed and “springy”, with arms hanging loose.

Slowly and smoothly turn your trunk from side to side, arms swinging gently to lead your body round as far as the end of easy movement. Maintain this slow rhythm for a count of 20.

If you feel comfortable so far, you can accentuate the movement to the point where your arms are swinging dynamically and “slapping” against your back. Maintain this faster rhythm for another count of 20.

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