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Old 05-18-2007, 05:09 AM   #1
Charles Johnson
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Default Shoulders and upper back

Hi guys Im relatively new to stretching. I have been lifting for a while but had no idea how much my lack of flexability was holding me back.So my question is this, could anyone here reccommend a good list of stretches to do that would help me get more Flexability and ROM in my shoulders and upper back? And also how often should I be stretching to get the most benefit? I am trying to get the barbell lower on my back when I squat (on my rear delts) and this is quite hard and a little painful for me.
Thanks in advance for any help

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