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How to Release Tight Pecs (Chest)

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How to Release Tight Pecs (Chest)

The pectoralis minor may and can influence many different muscles around the shoulder. Due to the attachment of the pec minor at the scapula (shoulder blade), short pec minors can tilt the scapula forward. As a result, forward head and rounded shoulder positions occur. Tight chest muscles can or may cause the following: Neck pain Shoulder pain Forward head posture Mid to upper back pain Rounded shoulders Inhibition of scapular stabilizers Poor posture 4 Ways to Release your Pecs 1) Pectoral Release using the Hedgehog Massage Ball by @imovephysiotherapy View this post on Instagram A post shared by Physiotherapy Tool (@physiotherapytool)...

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