Featured Exercise: Brugger Upper Body Postural Exercise

Why we love it:

This is an easy exercise you can do almost anytime, anywhere, which makes it hard to come up with excuses. 

What it does:

Increase shoulder strength and muscular endurance and is great to prevent forward head posture

How you do it:

Stand up straight with your hands at your sides.

Begin by bending your elbows to 90 degrees as you rotating your shoulders externally. Pull your shoulders back and down as you gently retract your head. Slowly return to start position and repeat for recommended 2 – 3 sets and 8 – 15 reps.

To the Exercise Video

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Friederike Aprea

Author Friederike Aprea

Rike (Friederike) Aprea, MA, CPT, CES, BCS is the VP of Business Development and Marketing Strategy at WebExercises. She previously worked for Reebok, BMW, and the Adidas Group in the US, Asia and Europe. She is also a NASM certified Behavior Change Specialist.

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