Chest (Pectoral) Stretch
To relax the tight arm muscles that is caused by too much clicking, typiing, writing and slouching at the desk.
In standing, place your right elbow against the frame of a door. Keep the angle between your body and your arm at 90 degree. Rest your forearms against the door frame.
Step forward with one foot to feel the stretch at the right chest.
Hold for 20s. Repeat three each side.
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