Hi, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and I'm going to teach you a few stretches for sore arms after disc golf. So, the first one that I'm going to have you do is lift your right arm up above your head, pat yourself on the back and then take that elbow, pull that up and back and then you're going to stretch and feel a stretch in that tricep. And then you can also take it up and over. So, I'm going to take it up and over, I feel that all the way through my side body, still stretching that arm, opening up the chest and then taking it right back up to the starting position. Releasing my arms down; other side. So, nice and tall with the arm, patting yourself on the back, taking your elbow, pulling it up then back and then hang out here for a few seconds and then take it over to the right side, stretching out that side body and then take it right back up to the starting position. Release the arms down. And then I'm going to have you interlace your fingers together, flip your palms facing out and then taking a nice stretch overhead looking up at your hands and holding for about ten seconds, really stretching up tall. Release your hands down. Interlace your fingers behind your back this time, roll the shoulders back and then you're going to bend at the waist. So, as I bend at the waist, I'm going to lift my arms up towards the ceiling, dropping my head down, feeling the stretch in my arms, in my shoulders, the back of the leg, opening up the chest, squeezing the shoulder blades together. I'm going to release my hands here and then I'm going to hang just for a second before rolling my body up one vertebrae at a time, the last thing that comes up is my head. I'm going to roll my shoulders back. So, those are some stretches that you can do for sore arms after disc golf. My name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM.