I think you'd agree with me when I say the world (yourself included) sits too much.
Between your commute to work, your desk job, and relaxing in front of the big screen catching up on Fuller House - which, for nostalgia sake's, you should watch - you are probably in a shortened, slouched position for a good chunk of your days.
And now, I'll ask...
Is it your back, neck, or shoulders that are stiff and sore?
Because I can almost guarantee something hurts on you. Are you working through some shoulder pains, when you lift your arm up overhead?
Or does it hurt to turn your head to one side?
What about when you try and stand up, but you feel like a neanderthal because you can't quite get fully upright?
There's probably something bugging you right now. That's why I have a solution for you today.
Here it is:
The Side-Lying Windmill
It's actually one of my own personal favorite exercises, and it helps keep my shoulders, neck, and back feeling loose when I do it regularly.
No equipment needed. And it ain't complicated.
Just grab a ball, or foam roller, and find a spot on the floor somewhere.
You can do the windmill before a workout, or anytime after work or travel when you feel extra stiff and hunched.
Just a few reps each side, and you'll feel a huge difference in how you stand, and how relaxed your back and neck feels.
See it here [video, ~1 minute long]:
Try it, today. There's no excuse not to grab a small ball and find a spot on the floor.
Your posture will thank you.