Back Twist Exercise
To reduce stiffness in the upper and lower back after prolonged sitting in front of the computer.
- In sitting, straighten your elbow and use your right palm to touch the left foot. Look at the foot.
- Then straighten up so that the right palm is above the head. The head should look up to the raised hand.
- Then do the alternate side. Repeat 10 times.
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