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Mobility At Your Desk Part 3

By July 18, 2016 April 15th, 2019 No Comments

The “Mobility at your Desk” series was created to help people stay mobile when they are at work.  In this 10 week tutorial we will take you through 10 parts of the body that will only take 10 minutes a day to mobilize!



This week we are addressing how to release your neck with the Acumobility Ball.  Being hunched over a computer for hours a day causes your neck to become strained and tense.  And just like the forearm and tricept, it is also essential to look at the neck when it comes to carpal tunnel and wrist pain.  Try this neck release and stretch a few times a day to keep your neck feeling loose.  *Be cautious when applying pressure to the neck if you have any pre-existing conditions.  Consult your physician first.  We suggest beginning with the Level 1 Acumobility Ball and advancing to the Level 2 Acumobility Ball when ready!


WHAT YOU NEED:  1 Acumobility Ball




  1. Step 1:  Starting on the right side, work from the base of the head down to the top of the shoulder pressing the Acumobility Ball into trigger points or painful knots.  First push the ball into the side or back of the neck and then twist the ball to also get a fascial release.  The tacky surface of the ball helps it to grip any surface as well as your skin. Repeat on the opposite side.  Apply light pressure at first and slowly build up to


  1. Step 2:  do the same thing as above, but this time add in a neck stretch.


MOBILITY TIME: 3 minutes Total including- Forearm, Tricept, Neck


*Always consult a physician before beginning a new exercise, massage, mobility regimen.


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