How to do the wall pecs stretch

Instructions for wall pecs:

Start in a staggered stance, with your forearm against a door frame or wall, your elbow at a 90-degree angle, and your upper arms parallel to the floor.
Using the doorway or wall as resistance, lean forward and rotate your torso in the opposite direction.
Keep your neck and shoulders relaxed and back off if you feel any sharp pain.

What does wall pecs help with?

Flexibility

What areas does wall pecs exercise?

Chest, Shoulders

How is wall pecs performed?

Standing

When should you avoid wall pecs?

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