Hi, I'm Amber Nimedez for LIVESTRONG.COM. Here is some good exercises to straighten the backs of older women. So, I'm going to go ahead and lay down on my back and prop my legs up on this block. This is about 18 inches tall, about your standard chair. And so I'm just going to go ahead and lay down. And then I'm going to flip my palms facing up. So, I just want you to be completely relaxed in this position and just breathe with your diaphragm. So you could spend up to two to five to 15 minutes here and what this does is it relaxed your back and allows your shoulder bladed to line up with your hips. And the next exercise we're actually going to do in this position, your arms are going to go out to the side and then you're going to bend them at a 90 degree angle. So I'm just making sure my elbows are right in line with my shoulders. And all I'm going to do is squeeze my shoulder blades together and release. Squeeze and release. Squeeze and release. And I'll do that about 30 times. And then the next exercise, I'm going to interlace my fingers together, thumbs right next to each other, and I'm just going to bring my arms above my head and then right back above my chest. And I'll do that about 30 times. And what you want to remember here is that you want to make sure that you can go as far as you can go without bending your elbows. You want to keep them nice and straight and just repeat this motion. And then when I'm done I'm just going to go ahead bring my arms back down to a 45 degree angle and relax in this position for another five minutes. I'm Amber Nimedez for LIVESTRONG.COM, and those are some exercises to help straighten the backs of older women.