Posterior deltoid stretch

Level: 1


Starting position:

Standing sideways

Strap length:


Functional classification:



Feet shoulder width apart. Grip with right hand at waist level.
Take the handle in your left hand, bring it to your chest;
Step left foot to left, bend knee, put weight on toe, right leg straight;
Bring your right palm, left hand to your chest;
Hold this position for a few seconds and return to the starting position.
Repeat the same on the other side.
Focus on stretching the shoulder muscles.

Recommended load:

15 sec.

Benefits of exercise

Stretching of the posterior deltoid muscle on FISIO loops.

Regular stretching of the posterior deltoid muscle helps to improve the flexibility and mobility of the shoulder joints. This is especially important for athletes who require a wide range of upper body movements, such as swimmers, tennis players and gymnasts. The elastic and flexible back delta makes it easier to adapt to movements and reduce stress on bones and joints. Stretching the posterior deltoid muscle can help relieve muscle tension in the neck and shoulders.

In loops, you can stretch the deltoid muscle as effectively as possible by stretching from your own weight.