Alright next we’re going to show you exercises
for your upper back. In order to do this you’re going to need a bench or a bed or some piece
of furniture that you can kneel down on and then you’ll need to either save up a little
money and buy some dumbbells or you can use a soup can or a gallon of milk or anything
that’s heavy that you can get your hand’s around. So what Amy’s going to do she’s going
to put one knee down on the piece of furniture to protect her lower back then she’s then
she’s going to put her hand down to support her upper back. Now she’s going to take her
left hand and hang it out to the side and reach just a little bit forward get a good
stretch and now she’s going to pull her elbow as high as she can up towards the ceiling.
This is just like starting the lawn mower if she does this. This is going to work her
lats her upper outer back.
Now she’s good she’s going to make sure to breathe out as she comes up if not just breathe
don’t hold your breath. Get a good stretch as you come down and as you come up to the
ceiling try to flex that upper back as hard as you can.