How to Do Assisted Seated Upper Trapezius Stretch Active Isolated
Partner should instruct you to actively flex the neck to the side until the first resistance barrier is felt, and then gently assist a few degrees further.
Hold for 1-2 seconds, relax and repeat for 10 reps.
Beginning Assisted Seated Upper Trapezius Stretch
Position yourself and your partner and picture.
Assisted Seated Upper Trapezius Stretch Movement
1. Begin in a standing upright position.
2. Gently reach your hand down toward the floor, then slowly lean your head toward your opposite shoulder until you feel a stretch in the side of your neck.
3. Hold, then relax and repeat. Make sure to keep your movements slow and your shoulders relaxed during the stretch.
Assisted Seated Upper Trapezius Stretch Benefits
This exercise increases flexibility in your spine and strengthens your back and arms, helping prevent future trapezius issues.