In the first article of this series, I shared some of my favorite exercise routines to get you moving.
The one I’ve been writing about is my favorite: the pull exercise.
It’s a classic pull exercise, which is exactly what it sounds like: you pull the upper body from the floor to your shoulders.
But what does it look like?
It looks a lot like a regular pull exercise with the only difference being that you’re doing a little bit of pull up and a little more pull down.
Here’s what you’re going to do:You’re going up, down, and left to right with your hands tucked behind your back.
Pulling the chest forward with the front and back of your body is going to give you a nice stretch.
You’re going back down with your arms behind your head.
Pull the arms back to your sides, pulling the chest up again.
You’ll feel the stretch.
And that’s it!
Now you can do the whole exercise.
Pulling the upper chest up with the arms behind you is the only exercise you can’t do while standing.
And that’s because you can only do the pull in a standing position.
If you’re in a wheelchair, that’s fine, but if you’re walking or doing pushups, it won’t work for you.
But if you are able to do it in a seated position, then it will work wonders for you because it will allow you to keep your chest up and lift your arms up higher and higher.
If you’ve ever wanted to feel like a badass, this is the workout for you: