Some days we feel like one ourselves and we often see runners around Green Lake who fit this description. Most runners are notoriously not good at stretching and if they do, it is often a hamstring and maybe if pressed, their calf muscles. We’ve had first hand experience recently and a welcome reminder about the importance of having a proper range of motion. Believe it or not, while lower body stretching is important, we are talking about upper back and shoulder mobility. This mobility is important to all types of activities but especially running. If you spend a majority of your day hunched over your computer and phone, what simple exercise can you do to help counteract this hunching?