Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska and these are stretches for your arms and shoulders. having a flexible shoulder is very important to keep a balanced range of motion in the shoulder socket. If you are not stretching the arm muscles, it will not give you that range of motion and if you don't have a good range of motion, you are more prone to injuries, especially those of the rotator cuff. I'm not going to show you three exercises that you can do for your shoulder and arms. So for the next stretch we're going to reach our right arm out to the side, turn the palm to the front and then draw the right arm across the body without letting the torso turn, take the left arm underneath and push the arm in to the right bicep, pulling the arm closer to your body. So you should feel a stretch in the outside of your right shoulder and this is a static stretch meaning the right arm is relaxed, the muscles in our left arm is holding it and stretching it for us. So for our final stretch for our shoulders and arms, if you find that you are a little tight in your shoulders, you can grab a towel and I'm going to turn around. You're going to bring the towel into your right hand, reach the left arm up to grab onto the towel and with the bottom arm here, the left arm, hold down until you can feel the stretch in the right arm. If it's available to you, you can just reach up and grab fingertip to fingertip to get that pull.