Upper Body Stability
MEETING MELT with Halle Altman • 27m
After you have treated the connective tissue in your upper body, add some stability in the shoulder girdle to improve timing and performance. The addition of a MELT band adds a neuromuscular challenge (and quiver!) to the upper arms and upper back.
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