Posted On:7/14/2009 11:51pm
I'm on the old side of 25 and I feel like I'm starting to lose flexibility. The one place I really notice it is my traps seem to be shortening. So instead of my collar bones sitting horizontally they're at a bit of an angle with the shoulder joint higher than the other end.
This is the only example I could find of what I mean. (Not really nsfw but not totally safe either)
Once you tear your eyes away from the silicone see how her collar bones aren't flat? Are there any specific stretches to address this? I can't remember any that work in that specific angle.
I've tried doing oni kudaki (standing keylock) on myself but it feels more like it's stretching the rear delt than the trap
Last edited by Lindz; 7/14/2009 11:57pm at .
Posted On:7/18/2009 8:32am
I could draw a diagram if that helps. But it would require *shudder* triangles. And no one wants the troll that would summon
Posted On:7/20/2009 11:41pm
do you lift weights? if so what upper body exercises? because sometimes the antagonist/protagonist can be effected by training that muscle and not the other. what exercise and training do you do?
Posted On:7/21/2009 12:09am
I've been doing stronglifts 5x5 For nearly 2 months, substituted bent over rows for inverse rows. But I started noticing this when I wasn't doing any regular exercise.
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