Hi, I'm Christine King, and today I'm going to show you stretches for the infraspinatus. This is important because it's a muscle that gets very tired and overused. This stretch is great because it could be done at your desk if you are feeling sore and tired. Simply sit at the edge of your seat, place your hands behind your back with your thumbs up, lean forward the best you can and then allow the elbows to drop to the floor. While holding this stretch, breathe easy and hold it for about 10 to 20 seconds. If you feel you need a little more, come back up and repeat the stretch. The second stretch for the infraspinatus is also very good because it can be done anytime, anywhere. Simply take one arm across the chest, use the other arm to pull and get some tension for behind that shoulder. Hold it for about 10 to 20 seconds, release and then repeat if you feel you need a little bit more.