Hi, I'm Shaun Zetlin and I'm here to show you how to use a pole to stretch your chest. Now, if you don't have a pole at home, you could use a doorway, a door frame or anything that actually has a corner. This is going to open up the pectoralis major and minor, which are our chest muscles. I'm also going to be working my medial and anterior deltoids, which are our shoulder muscles. The triceps and the biceps. And because I'm going to turning to one side, I'll get my hip flexors and my obliques involved. To start, I'm going to position myself with right hand firmly against the pole, with my palms facing myself like so. I'll then gently bring my right leg out, away from my torso and have my right knee slightly bent. My left hand will now be wrapped gently around my waist. And I'm going to lean now to my left side and create the full stretch for these chest muscles like so. Because this is a static strech, we want to always make sure that we perform this stretch for 30 seconds and it should be performed after the workout.