The pectoralis major and minor are two important muscles in the chest that can become tight or sore due to exercise or prolonged sitting. Stretching these muscles can help alleviate discomfort and improve flexibility. One effective stretch for the pectoralis major involves standing in a doorway with your arms bent at 90 degrees and leaning forward until you feel a stretch in your chest.
To stretch the pectoralis minor, you can place a foam roller under your chest and roll back and forth, targeting the area beneath your collarbone. By incorporating these stretches into your routine, you can maintain healthy and flexible chest muscles.