Hi, I'm Shaun Zetlin and I'm here to show you arm adduction exercises. These are going to be great stretches to open up the interior and the medial shoulder. And if you sit all day or you have upper extremity disorder. These stretches are going to be for you. I'm going to show you guys two stretches that are both very similar to one another. The first stretch is going to be a cross over stretch towards my body. And I'm going to grab my right arm with my left and pull towards my body. You want to hold this positioning for 30 seconds. And again, once more because it's a static stretch, it should be performed after the workout. The next stretch is going to be on the triceps and it's going to be the same thing. I'm going to use my left arm as a lever and I'm going to pull my right arm close to my body. We want to be very cautious that I don't take my left arm and place it on my elbow. This is a hinge joint, we don't want to cause any inflammation there. So, again perform both, one on the forearm and then, the other one on the tricep.