How to do the upward salute stretch
Instructions for upward salute:
What does upward salute help with?Flexibility
What areas does upward salute exercise?Shoulders, Upper Back, Abdomen, Chest, Spine, Obliques, Lats, Chest
How is upward salute performed?Standing
When should you avoid upward salute?Vertigo, Dizziness
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