Hi, I'm Wendy and today, we're going to talk about minor pectoral stretching. This is very important because in today's society, the pectoral muscles get very tight. From everything we do, computer based. whenever our hands are forward, we're rounding our shoulders forward and the pecs get very, very tight, pulling the shoulders forward. Which will also put strain on the neck. Ultimately causing you to have neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, all kinds of pain. So, we're going to show you some steps to stretch the pectoral muscles. What we're going to use is a door or a wall. We'll put our arms back against the door and slowly move our body in and out to stretch the pecs. Also, if we don't have a doorway or if we don't fit in front of a doorway, we can use a wall. And out one arm up on the wall at a time. While the one arm is up, we'll turn our head to the opposite side, stretching the pec of the arm that's up on the wall. We'll do this a few times, holding the stretch for about 15 to 20 seconds each time. And do it for maybe 10 repetitions each stretch. That should give you a pretty good stretch of the pectoral muscles, helping to alleviate that back and neck pain.