E/TS – Shoulder Stretches

E/TS - Shoulder Stretches - Fit2B.com - Beautiful Shoulder Stretching Routine

When your shoulders are bound up tight, that tension carries over to our neck, jaw, chest, core… it’s no fun! So let’s relax and release our deltoid {shoulder} muscles during this delightful set of moves that I’ve been using almost daily to keep my own clavicles out of my ears! This routine would go nicely with The Neck Routine + Face & Neck Yoga or as a warm up or cool down to any of our arm workouts like those found here. No equipment needed.

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14 thoughts on “E/TS – Shoulder Stretches

  1. Jennifer says:

    This was a great workout to do on this Sunday afternoon to pamper myself – thank you! I will keep it in mind too to combine with other workouts.

  2. Lauren says:

    This was absolutely amazing as a nursing mama! I have such a tight chest and shoulders from the constant night feedings and daily grind of being a nursing mom, this was like a little slice of heaven!

  3. Annette says:

    My 10 year old daughter, Miri said it felt so much better to roll the shoulders at the end! We enjoyed doing this together as a momma and daughter workout! 🙂
    Miri says, “Thank you Beth!”

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  7. Candida Daniels says:

    Just did this video for the 2nd time. The 1st time, I enjoyed it. . .the second time, I really processed a lot more of your cues and it was an AMAZING difference at the end. 29 weeks with baby #4, still nursing #3, and feel so much relief. Thank you!

  8. April says:

    This is one of my favorite videos on Fit2B! I often feel tight in my shoulders after doing workouts, and this routine has been super helpful in stretching and releasing that tightness. (The choice of music during the routine is also relaxing.) Thank you for this routine!

  9. Kelly says:

    Over the decades I have had crushed vertebrae in upper back from a car wreck, both shoulders be frozen for about a year each, and plenty of over work being a house cleaning. All this has resulted in less range of motion and increased tension in those areas. So taking time to do this felt really therapeutic and productive! Will be adding this to my routine for sure. Thank you!

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